19th - 21st Century Prints and Drawings

  1. Goya, Caida de un Picador de su Caballo
  2. Rowlandson, Loading a Cart for Market
  3. Blake, Job and His Daughters
  4. Varley, Fisherman by a River with a Stone Bridge
  5. Daubigny, Le Verger
  6. Harpignies, Thistle Plant by a Tree Trunk
  7. Méryon, Saint-Etienne-du-Mont, Paris
  8. Rops, Jean Vandyrendonck
  9. Whistler, Black Lion Wharf
  10. Whistler, Portrait Study: Charlotte R. Williams
  11. Hill, 'Sunnyside,' Tarrytown, New York
  12. Buhot, Matinee d'Hiver
  13. Buhot, Une Jetee en Angleterre
  14. Buhot, Les Oies
  15. Duveneck, Venetian Bridge
  16. Lepère, Le Bassin des Tuileries
  17. Corinth, Portrait of Andreas Weissgaerber (3rd version)
  18. Toorop, Forest with Pond and Swans
  19. Hassam, Billboards, New York
  20. Hassam, The ''Home, Sweet Home''
  21. Zorn, Pilot - Lots
  22. Zorn, Ernest Renan
  23. Sérusier, L'Assomption de Hannele Mattern
  24. Lunois, Femme Prête à Sortir
  25. Belleroche, Lili et la Lampe
  26. Toulouse-Lautrec, Carnot Malade!
  27. Toulouse-Lautrec, A l’Opera: Madame Caron
  28. Toulouse-Lautrec, Lender Dansant le Pas de Bolero
  29. Toulouse-Lautrec, Entree de Brasseur
  30. Vallotton, Le Bain
  31. Bonnard, Dans la Rue
  32. Kurzweil, Der Polster
  33. Kollwitz, Bewaffnung in einem Gewölbe
  34. Kollwitz, Gefallen - 2nd version
  35. Vuillard, Une Répétition a ''L'Oeuvre''
  36. Orlik, The Orlik Taylor Shop in Prague (proof)
  37. Orlik, The Orlik Taylor Shop in Prague
  38. Brouet, Market
  39. Villon, L'Aventure
  40. Laboureur, La Boucherie
  41. Pechstein, Zwiesprache
  42. Lewis, Shadows on the Road
  43. Bellows, In an Elevator
  44. Schmidt-Rottluff, Christus und Judas
  45. Schmidt-Rottluff, Frauenkopf
  46. Friedlander, At a Branch Library
  47. Bacon, The Chosen Few
  48. Freese, Birds of Ohio
  49. Freese, Moonrise
  50. Freese, Jay See, (J.C.) (I.B.)
  51. Freese, Collecting Thoughts About Small Trees
  52. Freese, Mercury, Electricity and Artaud at Rodez

26. Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
(French, 1864-1901)

Carnot Malade!

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Toulouse-Lautrec, Carnot Malade!

Carnot Malade!

Lithograph, with stencil coloring, 1893, 272 x 175 mm., Delteil 25, Adhèmar 24, Wittrock 12 only state, from Chansons du Chat Noir. A fine impression of the first song sheet edition (1893), with the full text and the double sheet including the words of the monologue and the catalog, and with stencil coloring, on a folded sheet of wove paper. The full image is on the front half-sheet; there is a pale line of staining around the old mat opening. The monologue is by Eugène Lemercier, who interpreted it at the Chat Noir café. Carnot was, until assassinated by an Italian anarchist in 1894, the atypically able President of the French Republic, hence the fear of his being sick.