Jean Gabriel Domergue, "La Parisienne", Frankreich, 1956, 1956
The complete deluxe portfolio with text by Cecil Sainte Laurent on Japon Nacré, one of five in edition, “A” of A-E, including suite of 20 color lithographs and an original signed gouache. In original pink slipcase.
Jean Gabriel Domergue (French, 1889-1962) – French painter and graphic artist
Signed on the title page, ‘Jean Gabriel Domergue’
14 x 17 in. (35 ½ x 43 1/5 cm.)
Very good condition
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Jean Gabriel Domergue (1889-1962)
Originally from Bordeaux, Jean Gabriel Domergue studied at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Since the 1920s, he focused on portrait depictions of Parisian women from the milieu of the theatre or aristocracy. He also designed clothes for fashion designers, such as Paul Poiret and Henry Marque, and created advertising posters. From 1955 to 1962, he worked as a curator at the Musée Jacquemart-André in Paris. In 1911, Domergue was awarded with the famous Prix of Rome. Today, his works are displayed in institutions such as the Royal Collection in London.