Jacques Henri Lartigue

Jacques Henri Lartigue (1894-1986) was one of the outstanding French photographers of the last century. He received his first camera at seven years of age, and through the ensuing years, he has provided a joyful and charming look at the Parisian leisure class. His fame didn't come until the early 1960s, at which time the Museum of Modern Art began acquiring his work. Below is a selection from a special group of prints made on 20 x 24 inch (50 x 60 cm.) paper. These are signed and numbered to 25, but for many he didn't finish printing the entire edition. (These prints are not in stock here and are subject to prior sale.)

Jacques Henri Lartigue, Grand Prix of the A.C.F.
Grand Prix of the A.C.F.-a Delage, June 26, 1912: $38,000 (edition long sold out)
Jacques Henri Lartigue, Avenue du Bois de Boulogne
Avenue du Bois de Boulogne, Paris, January 15, 1911: $19,000
Jacques Henri Lartigue, The ZYX Takes Off
The ZYX Takes Off, Rouzat, September, 1910: $16,000
Jacques Henri Lartigue, Bichonnade
Bichonnade, 40 rue Cortambert Paris, 1905: $15,000
Jacques Henri Lartigue, René, Paris
René, Paris, 1931: $15,000
Jacques Henri Lartigue, Bibi at Marseille
Bibi at Marseille, 1928: $19,000
Jacques Henri Lartigue, Drag-racing Day at Auteuil
Drag-racing Day at Auteuil, Paris, June 23, 1911: $16,000
Jacques Henri Lartigue, Storm at Nice
Storm at Nice, 1925: $18,000

Jacques Henri Lartigue, Renée at the Pool
Renée at the Pool of the Chambre d'Amour, Biarritz, 1920: $16,000



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