EVENEPOEL, Henri-Jacques

Belgian (1872 – 1899)

Au Square, 1897

Lithograph printed in colors on wove paper, full margins. Published in L’Estampe Moderne, 1897. Publisher’s blindstamp lower right (Lugt 2790).

13 ¹⁄₁₆  x  9 ⅛  inches    |    33.2  x  23.2 cm

The Belgian artist Evenepoel worked in Paris, and was influenced by such artists as Whistler and Toulouse-Lautrec.  His preferred subjects were figures or Parisian scenes, often rendered in vivid colors. His career was cut short by his death from typhus at age 27.  His monograph was written by Francis Hyslop,  Henri Evenepoel: Belgian Painter in Paris, 1892-1899. 

 

Museum Collections:
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Minneapolis Institute of Art
Van Gogh Museum

$2,850