LE JOCKEY (D. 321; ADR. 345; W. 308)
Henri de Toulouse-LautrecLE JOCKEY (D. 321; ADR. 345; W. 308)
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LE JOCKEY (D. 321; ADR. 345; W. 308)
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LE JOCKEY (D. 321; ADR. 345; W. 308)
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Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

LE JOCKEY (D. 321; ADR. 345; W. 308)

Estimate: 30,000 - 50,000 USD

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

LE JOCKEY (D. 321; ADR. 345; W. 308)

Estimate: 30,000 - 50,000 USD
Lot sold:60,480USD
(15 bids, reserve met)

Description

HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC

1864 - 1901

LE JOCKEY (D. 321; ADR. 345; W. 308)


Lithograph printed in colors, 1899, from the edition of 112, on China paper, printed by H. Stern, published by Pierrefort, Paris, framed

sheet: 518 by 361 mm 20⅜ by 14¼ in

Condition report

The full sheet printed to the edges, in good condition except colors very slightly attenuated and the sheet is linen-backed. A few tiny stains, mainly in the lower part of the image, near the edge.


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Catalogue note

In 1899, near the end of his career, Lautrec rendered four lithographs illustrating life at the racetrack. Although Pierrefort suggested the subject he published only Le Jockey. The theme was a departure from the artist’s customary representations of the Belle Époque lifestyle, however Lautrec’s signature style is evident. We recognize his aptitude for capturing a moment and expressing movement as the horses charge across the composition, guided by their riders, with grace reminiscent of the very dancers Lautrec was known to portray.