Leon Danchin (1887-1938) - Koppel jachthonden

Description
Leon Danchin (1887-1938) - Koppel jachthonden
Engraving - Hand signed - 1930

Beautiful very large hand-signed engraving by Léon Danchin.

Léon Danchin was a French artist who specialised in designing and painting hunting scenes. He was born on 21 June 1887 in Lille, France and studied sculpture at the school of fine arts in Paris before being admitted to the Salon des Artistes at the age of 16. Danchin began working with watercolours and printmaking, allowing him to make nearly 100 engravings and lithographs throughout his career. He enjoyed considerable commercial success in France, Belgium, the United States and England. He then moved to Bergues in northern France, where he often went hunting and sought inspiration for his works, drawing the many hunting scenes that made him famous. He passed away on 4 August 1938 in Bergues.

Dimensions: 37 x 48 cm and with frame 54 x 63 x 1 cm with glass/plastic plate covering the etching/engraving.

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Lot details
Object
Print
Artist
Leon Danchin (1887-1938)
Title of artwork
Koppel jachthonden
Period
1800-1899
Year
1930
Technique
Engraving
Signature
Hand signed
Condition
Good condition
Total dimensions
54×63×1 cm
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