Size: 20 x 20 inches
Artist: Eugéne Béjot
A romantic view of the artist's colony known as Saint-Gervais, from the French journal Cocorico. Cocorico was a French magazine first published in 1898. It was produced by the artist Paul-Émile Boutigny and featured many artists of the Art Nouveau movement including Alphonse Mucha and Théophile Steinlen.
Alphonse Mucha designed six Cocorico covers and the magazine's masthead. Theophile Steinlen's contributed regularly, and some of the best poets and satiric writers contributed to the magazine on a regular basis.
This detailed cityscape, foreshadowing later works by Dubuffet and others, will look wonderful when framed. It is in excellent condition, has recently been professionally matted, and will look excellent when framed.