Rouault 1936, "Les Fleurs de Mal; Neu de Profil" Color Aquatint, 12x8 Inches

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Rouault 1936, "Les Fleurs de Mal; Neu de Profil" Color Aquatint, 12x8 Inches

3,500.00 5,600.00

This is a print depicting the profile of a nude female figure done by Georges Rouault, a French artist who worked in bright Fauve colors but with an Expressionist impulse. We can see both of these styles in the painting. The saturated colors are influenced by the fourteen aquatints that the artist created to illustrate Charles Baudelaire's poem, Les Fleurs de Mal (The Flowers of Evil), which deals with themes of decadence and eroticism.

Framed Size: 25 x 20 Inches

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