The lithograph of a walking blind man, the artwork measures 16 7/8" by 12" image and 20" by 14 3/4" with the frame. The artist Anto Carte signed at lower right in pencil. The condition - at lower left brown foxing spots. The lithograph in an original framing, the paper sheet edges attached to the glass.
Biography from net: "Antoine Carte was a painter Belgian whose work lies at the edge of symbolism, naturalism and expressionism, sometimes close in style to that of Kathe Kollwitz. His subjects are inspired by the lives of miners, farmers, fishermen. He was the son of a carpenter and furniture maker and spent fourteen years in the studio of the painter, designer, and entrepreneur Frantz Depooter. From 1897 to 1908, he attended the Academy of Mons and Brussels, and studied with Constant Montald, Emile Fabry and Jean Delville, three important Symbolist painters who exerted a profound influence on him". E
Antoine (Anto) Carte (1886 -1954) Belgian listed artist black white lithograph 1919 "L'aveugle" pencil signed blind man