(French, 1874–1907)
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Support: Cream (3) wove paper
Sheet: 37.8 x 28.1 cm (14 7/8 x 11 1/16 in.); Image: 31.5 x 22.8 cm (12 3/8 x 9 in.)
Catalogue raisonné: Southard 27
Location: not on view
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During the 1890s, there was a revived interest in color lithography in Paris. Originally considered a commercial art form, the medium was taken up by a growing number of printmakers as a means of formal experimentation. This print by Georges Bottini shows the shop of Edmond Sagot, a leading dealer of color lithographs during the late 19th and early 20th century. A crowd of fashionably dressed young women gather before the windows of Sagot's shop, suggesting the growing status of color lithography at this time.
Sagot's Gallery

Sagot's Gallery


Georges Alfred Bottini, Edmond D. Sagot

(French, 1874–1907)
France, 19th century

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