Large framed sheet, signed lower left.

Cross fold at the bottom of the subject.

Henry Somm, born Clément Sommier, after having studied at the municipal drawing school in Rouen, moved to Paris in the 1860s.

He produced numerous prints for magazines and the press.

In 1879 and 1889, he participated in the exhibitions of the Impressionists at Durand-Ruel in Paris. His style was very marked by Japonism. The figure of the Parisian, sophisticated and hatched or more mischievous and"en cheveux"was his great and inexhaustible source of inspiration.

Sheet: 485 x 325 mm

Frame: 630 x 470 mm


  • 1,800.00€