Large framed etching of the Notre Dame in Paris by Roger Hebbelinck (1912-1987) signed on the right in pencil, the issue 86/350 is to the left in pencil.
The work of art comes with a solid wooden and beautifully matching frame.
The etching sits behind beautiful mat glass, see pictures for a good impression.
Unfortunately, the Notre Dame has now suffered tremendous fire damage, which almost everyone has witnessed, perhaps therefore even more great to be able to have this piece in your possession.
Roger Hebbelinck Brussels born in 1912 he is a Belgian artist.
He worked as a painter, watercolourist, etcher and filmmaker.
He is famous for his etchings. He etched a large number of picturesque nooks in historical cities.
At the Brussels academy, he was taught how to paint in watercolours by I. Mens and how to engrave by J. van Santen.
As a fine artist, he set up a etching studio before the war in 1932 and etched many picturesque cityscapes in Belgium.
He also etched and drew in watercolours in the Netherlands (Bergen op Zoom) and the south of France and Spain.
This lot will be packed carefully and sent worldwide by registered mail via PostNL with track and trace.
- Título de la obra
- Le Notre Dame à Paris
- Roger Hebbelinck (1912-1987)
- Se vende con marco
- En buenas condiciones
- Dimensiones de la imagen
- 40×50 cm
- 3 kg
- Dimensiones totales
- 58×68×5 cm