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Letters sent by Pierre Puvis de Chavannes, ca. 1866-1898.

Author: Pierre Puvis de ChavannesArmand SilvestreGaston La ToucheLéonce BénéditeErnest JaubertAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : French
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Collection includes: four letters to Armand Silvestre, mostly incidental in nature (ca. 1887-1892); six letters to Alfred Stevens (1892-1898); six letters to Mme. Claude Vignon regarding a decorative project (1866-1867); two letters to the artist Gaston Latouche (1894, 1898); two letters to Leonce Benedite, one thanking him for an article which appeared in 'L'Artiste' (1896); one letter to the writer Ernest Jaubert  Read more...
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Named Person: Victor Cesson; Denys Puech
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Pierre Puvis de Chavannes; Armand Silvestre; Gaston La Touche; Léonce Bénédite; Ernest Jaubert; Paul Durand-Ruel; Alfred Philippe Roll; Georges Petit, art dealer.; Alfred Stevens; Charles de Lorbac
OCLC Number: 77704338
Notes: Holographs, signed.
Description: ca. 40 items.

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Collection includes: four letters to Armand Silvestre, mostly incidental in nature (ca. 1887-1892); six letters to Alfred Stevens (1892-1898); six letters to Mme. Claude Vignon regarding a decorative project (1866-1867); two letters to the artist Gaston Latouche (1894, 1898); two letters to Leonce Benedite, one thanking him for an article which appeared in 'L'Artiste' (1896); one letter to the writer Ernest Jaubert expressing his admiration for Jaubert's 'Fleurs de symbole' (1896); one letter to a M. Pousou arranging for Victor Cesson to copy two of his paintings (1874); one letter to [Charles de] Cabrol mentioning the sculptor Denys Puech (1887); and several brief notes addressed to, among others, Georges Petit (1893), Durand Ruel (1892), Alfred Roll (1890), Madame Emile Levy (1889), and Madame Patou (1880-1881). Arranged in alphabetical order by correspondent.

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