Rare antique Harry Eliott (1882-1959) very colorful Lithography + old Calendar

Rare antique Harry Eliott (1882-1959) very colorful Lithography + old Calendar
Rare antique Harry Eliott (1882-1959) very colorful Lithography + old Calendar
Rare antique Harry Eliott (1882-1959) very colorful Lithography + old Calendar
Rare antique Harry Eliott (1882-1959) very colorful Lithography + old Calendar
Rare antique Harry Eliott (1882-1959) very colorful Lithography + old Calendar
Rare antique Harry Eliott (1882-1959) very colorful Lithography + old Calendar

Rare antique Harry Eliott (1882-1959) very colorful Lithography + old Calendar
Colored lithograph signed in plate, pasted on an old cardboard at the bottom of a very old “calendar” full of (delicate) date pages. Lithograph in size 3.4X5.4 inch and the. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Harry Eliott , born Charles Edmond Hermet Paris. 14 June 1882 – Villez-sous-Bailleul. 29 May 1959, was a French painter and illustrator. Eliott was the son of a lithographer. An Anglophile, he took up an English pseudonym at an early age and tried to pass for an Englishman. He was called up for the army in 1914, and married a young woman from Normandy. In 1915, where he settled in 1917 after treatment for depression. The couple also lived in England for a while. At the beginning of the twentieth century, he made a living doing illustrations for Nos loisirs. Mon journal , Le Sourire , and la Revue Illustrée. As an artist he is best known for his humorous stenciled prints, and hunting scenes in the Victorian style of Randolph Caldecott. And above all Cecil Aldin. Illustrator for Charles Dickens. He was one of a number of French Dickens illustrators active in the 1930s. He also illustrated youth novels, most notable those published by Hachette. For their Bibliothèque verte. Collection, which published well-known novels such as David Copperfield. From 1923 to 1940 he drew cover illustrations for Le Chasseur français. An important publication for hunters, and for the catalogs of Manufrance. The Reception of Charles Dickens in Europe. Judith Cernogora, Harry Eliott, le gentleman illustrateur , coédition Point de vues et Musée de Vernon. Brigitte Rozaire-Drouet, Mes souvenirs de Harry Eliott , Gilles Gallas éditeur, 2009. Françoise Poulain et Maurice Delattre, Harry Eliot le plus anglais des illustrateurs français , Images de Beaumont, 1994. The item “Rare antique Harry Eliott (1882-1959) very colorful Lithography + old Calendar” is in sale since Thursday, October 31, 2019. This item is in the category “Art\Art Prints”. The seller is “gg_store_shop” and is located in Tel Aviv. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Size: Small (up to 12in.)
  • Artist: Harry Eliott
  • Style: Vintage
  • Printing Technique: Lithography
  • Medium: Lithograph
  • Date of Creation: 1900-1949
  • Year: 1900-1929
  • Features: old Calendar
  • Width (Inches): 5.4
  • Color: colorful
  • Subject: pub
  • Originality: Original
  • Height (Inches): 3.4

Rare antique Harry Eliott (1882-1959) very colorful Lithography + old Calendar