Vallotton Felix. Woman in a Black Hat. Fine art postcard A6
Vallotton Felix. Woman in a Black Hat. Fine art postcard A6

Vallotton Felix. Woman in a Black Hat. Fine art postcard A6

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Author Felix Vallotton (1865 -1925)
Media of Original Painting Oil on canvas
Paper type Linen, 230 g/m2
Genres Female Portraits
Countries The Art of France
Epochs Art of the 20th centuries
Publication size A6 (1015 )
Publication type Fine art postcard
Date of Origin 1908
Paper size (custom print) 14x10 .
Size of original, cm 81.3x65
In the register book of his works Vallotton called the picture A half-length portrait of a topless woman in a black shawl and in a black hat with a pink ribbon. The artist studied thoroughly the heritage of Old Masters. Studying at Julians Academy he chose the patterns of the highest art for copying, which was compulsory in the process of learning the canvases by Leonardo da Vinci, Antonello da Messina, Albrecht Durer. This canvas attracting by the solemnity of its colouring was performed by the artist with amazing carefulness.

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Vallotton Felix. Woman in a Black Hat. Fine art print A2
Vallotton Felix. Woman in a Black Hat. Art print on canvas

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