A rare vintage offset lithograph after the oil painting "Window with Colored Panes" (1906) by Raoul Dufy. It's an unusual example of Dufy's Fauve period. This lithograph is from the First Limited American Edition folio published in 1954 - one year after the death of Dufy, which makes it a nearly period piece. Signed in the print. Printed on one side. Hand tipped in on heavy paper. Information on the original artwork is found by lifting the plate. 

Image 8" x 10.15"
Overall 11" x 14.5"

Raoul Dufy has swiftly become a new favorite of mine. This passage written by Sam Hunter sums him up in a delightful little snapshot.

"After painting as a Fauve, Dufy was in turn influenced by Cézanne and the Cubists. He continued following along the paths of modern art with a sprightly and charming step all his own during the next decade, developing a personal idiom that emphasized graphic elements, that was tender and decorative in color, and that gave a witty and worldly twist to the serious art of his time. He painted a sophisticated and pleasure-loving world with a curiously innocent and detached eye, in piquant colors and with an ingenious, faintly mocking line."