Léon Danchin: 'Canards en vol' - Lithographic art print - France - 1970-1979
Posthumous lithographic art print of the famous 'Canards en vol' by the French artist Léon Danchin (France, Lille 1887 - Bergues 1938). Professionally framed in an oak frame that shows some damage. Not signed.
Léon Danchin was born in Lille in 1887. He studied sculpture at L'École des Beaux Arts in Paris and was admitted to the Salon des Artistes at the age of sixteen. In addition to sculpture, he focused on drawing, painting and engraving dogs. Danchin is known worldwide as the French master of hunting and dog art. With an eye for detail and expression, his works come to life. During his career until his death in 1938 he produced more than three hundred different engravings, lithographs and paintings. Danchin died on the eve of the Second World War in Bergues.
Status report: in good condition, some frame shows signs of damage
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