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L'Oublié

A work made of color print from thirteen textile plates, with stencil, on ivory wove paper.

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  • A work made of color print from thirteen textile plates, with stencil, on ivory wove paper.

Date:

1920–22

Artist:

Theodore Roussel
French, worked in England, 1847-1926

About this artwork

Toward the end of his life, after years of experimentation with color intaglio processes, Roussel developed a novel technique for producing painterly multiples. These works were pulled from fabric plates that had been “inked” with a thick, opaque, water-based medium. The plates were disposable and could be recut from paper templates.

Status

Currently Off View

Department

Prints and Drawings

Artist

Theodore Roussel

Title

L'Oublié

Origin

England

Date

1920–1922

Medium

Color print from thirteen textile plates, with stencil, on ivory wove paper

Dimensions

142 × 209 mm (image); 215 × 302 mm (sheet)

Credit Line

Gift of Meg and Mark Hausberg

Reference Number

2011.615

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