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Henri Rousseau – La Charmeuse de Serpents

Henri Rousseau, La Charmeuse de Serpents is an Etching with Aquatint made circa 1950.  It is numbered from the edition of 25 in pencil lower left.  Printed by Lacouriere, Paris.  Published by Graphiques des cahiers d’art.

Henri Rousseau, La Charmeuse de Serpents is an Etching with Aquatint made circa 1950.  It is numbered from the edition of 25 in pencil lower left.  Printed by Lacouriere, Paris.  Published by Graphiques des cahiers d’art.

The Snake Charmer is originally a 1907 oil painting by French Naïve artist Henri Rousseau. It is a depiction of a woman with glowing eyes playing a flute in the moonlight by the edge of a dark jungle with a snake extending toward her from a nearby tree.  Owned by the Louvre and currently exhibited at the Musée d’Orsay.  The Snake Charmer was commissioned by Berthe, Comtesse de Delaunay, the mother of artist Robert Delaunay.

Alt. Title

The Snake Charmer

Medium

Etching Aquatint

Year

c.1950

Edition

XXV

Size 25 x 35 (in)
64 x 89 (cm)
Price Price on Request
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Henri Rousseau, La Charmeuse de Serpents is an Etching with Aquatint made circa 1950.  It is numbered from the edition of 25 in pencil lower left.  Printed by Lacouriere, Paris.  Published by Graphiques des cahiers d’art.

The Snake Charmer is originally a 1907 oil painting by French Naïve artist Henri Rousseau. It is a depiction of a woman with glowing eyes playing a flute in the moonlight by the edge of a dark jungle with a snake extending toward her from a nearby tree.  Owned by the Louvre and currently exhibited at the Musée d’Orsay.  The Snake Charmer was commissioned by Berthe, Comtesse de Delaunay, the mother of artist Robert Delaunay.

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Alt. Title

The Snake Charmer

Medium

Etching Aquatint

Year

c.1950

Edition

XXV

Size 25 x 35 (in)
64 x 89 (cm)
Price Price on Request