Albert de Belleroche: L'Atelier, Hampstead, circa 1912 - on Albert de Belleroche



Albert de Belleroche:
L'Atelier, Hampstead, circa 1912

Unmounted (ref: 4228)
Lithograph, working proof with some alterations in lithographic crayon

Tags: Albert de Belleroche crayon lithograph interiors 1.Belleroche 1.master prints 1.PORTRAIT OF AN ARTIST Albert de Belleroche (1864-1944) - A Private Collection Welsh Artists and Pictures Hidden Gems - Interiors

Provenance: The Artist's own collection; Count William de Belleroche; Gordon Anderson

Literature: Llewellyn, Sacha, and Paul Liss. Portrait of an Artist. Liss Llewellyn, 2021, p.22.

Produced in an edition of only 5 prints this example is an artist's proof.

Belleroche moved to West Hampstead in 1912, shortly after his marriage to Julie Emilie Visseaux. They lived here for six years in a large detached house called ‘Glencairn’, 46 West End Lane. 

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