19th Century mythological lithohograph of Bacchus and Ariadne. The lithograph is both drawn and lithographed by Achille Devéria (1800-1857) and are enhanced with watercolors. Published by Goupil & Cie. Printed by Lemercier, Paris. Dry stamp Goupil.
48,8 x 31,5 cm (19.2 x 12.4 inch)
Achille Devéria is a French illustrator and painter engraver of the romantic period, born in Paris on February 6, 1800, died in this city on December 23, 1857. His paintings were mainly done using watercolors. The French poet and critic Charles Baudelaire referred to his portrait series as showing "all the morals and aesthetics of the age"
Works by Devéria are in the Louvre Museum, the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, the J. Paul Getty Museum, the Norton Simon Museum, and the Université de Liège collections.
All our old prints are offered in good condition. When necessary, they have been restored by a professional restorer.
Nude Portrait of Bacchus and Ariadne - Greek Mythology - 19th Century Watercolor Lithograph