Harris Schrank Fine Prints

Jean-Emile Laboureur

(French, 1877–1943)

le policeman, londres by jean-emile laboureur

Jean-Emile Laboureur

Le Policeman, Londres, 1913

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le tir forain by jean-emile laboureur

Jean-Emile Laboureur

Le Tir Forain, 1920–1921

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negres americains a saint-nazaire by jean-emile laboureur

Jean-Emile Laboureur

Negres Americains a Saint-Nazaire, 1917–1920

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paysage au buttes-chaumont (2nd planche) by jean-emile laboureur

Jean-Emile Laboureur

Paysage au Buttes-Chaumont (2nd Planche), 1920–1921

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portrait of marie laurencin by jean-emile laboureur

Jean-Emile Laboureur

Portrait of Marie Laurencin, 1914

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Biography

Timeline

1877
born in Nantes, France
1895
traveled to Paris intending to study law at the Sorbonne, the great wood engraver Auguste Lepere taught him woodcutting
1913
invented a cubist idiom all his own
1915
began experimenting with engraving
1943
died

Exhibitions

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Art Institute of Chicago
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Philadelphia Museum of Art
National Gallery of Art, Washington