CHARLES WALTNER (Paris, 1846 - 1925) French etcher

Lot 123: CHARLES WALTNER (Paris, 1846 - 1925) French etcher

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Description: CHARLES WALTNER (Paris, 1846 - 1925) French etcher. He studied art in Paris under Henriquel-Dupont, Gerome and Martinet. He first exhibited his etchings at the Paris Salon in 1870, and afterwards contributed to many major exhibitions. The French government appointed him a chevalier of the Legion d'honneur in 1882. Charles Waltner also collaborated with the great French etcher, Felix Braquemond, on several series of etchings. In 1900, he received the Grand Prize for his art from the Exposition Universelle. Original etching, circa 1880s, approx. 9 x 7-1/4 in. plus margins. VG
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