This stunning image of a handsome young boy, Camille Pissarro’s son Felix, was transcribed onto the lithographic stone by G.W. Thornley, under the careful supervision of Pissarro, himself. This original lithograph is printed in black ink on chine appliqué on stiff wove paper. A superb example of the definitive state, this lithograph is from the album 25 Lithographies par W. Thornley d’après Pissarro, an edition of just 108. This is plate number 25, from the 82nd impression of this edition. The plate number is stamped above the upper right corner of the image. This work is in excellent condition, the mounting sheet with full margins, and is archivally framed with acid free materials.
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