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E. Gayac

Gayac of Spanish origin was a graphic artist renowned for his slightly erotic 1920's paintings that were reproduced and issued as postcards, these were mainly published by P J Gallias. His style in this medium anticipated the "Pin-up Girl". Gayac's early work was reproduced in the late 19th century in such periodicals as Paris's 'Le Rire'. Influenced by Felicien Rops, his original etchings evidence a much darker symbolist style.

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Original, Signed and Dated 1914, Inscribed on Verso
Original Spanish Frame Inscribed with Title 'Mascarade'

Medium: Oil on Canvas

Size: 22" x 31"

Price: SOLD

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