L’eglise de Champigny


André Dunoyer de Segonzac (1884 – 1974)
L’eglise de Champigny (1943)
SKU: 00519 Category: Uitgever:

André Dunoyer de Segonzac was a French painter and engraver. His work is primarily impressionistic. This art stream is characterized by its focus on the experience of the moment (“impression”), its choice of themes from “modern life,” its particular attention to lighting effects and color, a sketch-like method of working and working outdoors. Segonzac’s works can be found in the permanent collection of several museums worldwide, including the British Museum.

Rotogravure is a graphic technique in which images or text are inserted into a metal printing cylinder in the form of a very fine grid-like relief of deepened dot-shaped planes.

  • illustration: rotogravure of The Church of Champigny, published by: Braun and Cie Paris 1946
  • year: 1942
  • quality: excellent
  • signed: printed in plate
  • image size: 16.4 x 19.9 cm | 6.5 x 7.8 in (h x w)
  • sheet or frame size: 32.5 x 36.3 cm | 12.8 x 14.3 in (h x w)

20th century




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