Jean Emile Laboureur


Print 61 in an edition of 75. Signed in the lower left, editioned in the lower right. Plate initialed and dated "1926" in the lower right. Second state. Catalog: Laboureur 323. The image depicts the cliffs along the coast of Penestin, France. Plate measures 9 1/2 x 6 1/4 inches on 15 x 9 5/8 inch watermarked wove type paper. Collector's stamp on back. This print has very fine engraved lines and a very whimsical style. Laboureur studied at the Academie Julian under Auguste Lepere before traveling extensively throughout Germany, Italy and Greece. He returned to Paris in 1910, just when Cubism was being explored, and fully embraced it, incorporating it into his distinct style. He founded the Société des Peintres-Graveurs Indépendants in 1923 and its members included Braque, Dufy, Vlamnick, Laurencin and Segonzac.


This engraving and aquatint by Jean Emile Laboureur measures 5 x 5 7/8 inches and is pencil signed and numbered. Created in 1925, L-292.


This is an original engraving by French artist Jean-Emile Laboureur (1877-1943)  This engraving on copper measures 3 1/4X4 1/4 inches.   Pencil signed lower left border, printed on a medium weight wove type paper. An edition mark, 5/8 lower right.  Created and printed circa 1920.


This is an original engraving by French artist Jean-Emile Laboureur.  This image is pencil signed lower left border and editioned as 12/65.  The image measures 4X5 7/8 inches.


This is an original engraving by French artist Jean Emile Laboureur.  This engraving was created and printed in 1920.  One of 6 pencil signed impressions prior to publication in L'Architectures in  an edition of 500 unsigned impressions.  The image measures 11 5/8X8 1/8 inches.  Hand signed in pencil lower left.  Very nicely framed with a linen matting.  This is one of his largest images done in his distinctly cubist style.