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"Symphony in Blue 1936" by Louis Icart - Reduced Again $2,200
Symphony in Blue 1936 Limited Edition Print by Louis Icart
Symphony in Blue 1936 Limited Edition Print by Louis Icart - 0
Symphony in Blue 1936 Limited Edition Print by Louis Icart - 1

Louis Icart

"Symphony in Blue 1936"

1936
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Hand Signed : Hand Signed Lower Right
Condition : Other - Good condition, age appropriate
Framed with Plexiglass : Silver/champagne Frame
Purchased from : Dealer 2005
Story / Additional Info : William Holland \"Louis Icart The Complete Etchings \" Fig . # 461\r\n1936\r\n
Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
LID : 86574
Louis Icart - France

Art Brokerage: Louis Icart French Artist: b. 1880-1950. Louis Icart was born in Toulouse, France. He began drawing at an early age. He was particularly interested in fashion, and became famous for his sketches almost immediately. He worked for major design studios at a time when fashion was undergoing a radical change-from the fussiness of the late nineteenth century to the simple, clingy lines of the early twentieth century. In Icart's drawings, one sees the Impressionists Degas and Monet and, in his rare watercolors, the Symbolists Odilon Redon and Gustave Moreau. In fact, Icart lived outside the fashionable artistic movements of the time and was not completely sympathetic to contemporary art. Nonetheless, his Parisian scenes are a documentation of the life he saw around him and they are nearly as popular today as when they were first produced. In 1914 Icart had met a magical, effervescent eighteen-year-old blonde named Fanny Volmers, at the time an employee of the fashion house Paquin. She would eventually become his wife and a source of artistic inspiration for the rest of his life. Icart's portrayal of women is usually sensuous, often erotic, yet always imbued an element of humor, which is as important as the implied or direct sexuality. The beautiful courtesans cavort on rich, thick pillows; their facial expressions projecting passion, dismay or surprise, for the women of Louis Icart are the women of France as we have imagined them to be Eve, Leda, Venus, Scheherazade and Joan of Arc, all wrapped up into an irresistible package. Listings wanted.

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