Georges Rouault Etching "Reincarnations of Pere Ubu,"
An original print by Georges Rouault from the series "Reincarnations of Pere Ubu". Initialed and dated GR 1929. Edition size: 210. Inspired from imagery from Alfred Jarry's play Ubu Roi (King Ubu), Rouault made a series of drawings titled "Les Reincarnations du Pere Ubu", in 1918/19 that depicted King Ubu in the colonies. Prints were pulled but no editions were issued at this time. It wasn't until ten years later in 1920 that Rouault retouched the original copper plates and Ambroise Volland printed them. Rouault was a Parisian artist who studied at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in 1891 and was influenced by symbolists painters such as Gustave Moreau. Rouault was well known for his prints and in 1938 exhibited them at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. The print image is 3 x 2.5 inches, comes in a 13 x 12 inch frame. It is framed in a beautiful gold leaf frame.
FRAMED: HEIGHT: 13 in | WIDTH: 12 in
Shipping Estimate: $25 | FedEx
Domestic shipping within the 48 continental states is quoted on each item via FedEx or White Glove delivery.
International shipping can be arranged upon request.
Delivery times will vary depending on the locations of origin and delivery, packing requirements, and the method of shipping used.
Once your order is processed, you will be notified of shipping status and given an estimated time of delivery.
We accept payment by all major credit cards through our secure portal. We also accept payment via check, money order, or wire transfer. All payment options are available at checkout.