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19th- and 20th-century European Prints

The DAC's nineteenth-century European holdings are especially strong in the works of French artists such as Delacroix, Manet, and Millet. Twentieth-century European print holdings include works by Kollwitz and Kandinsky, among many others.

Early Lithography, 1800-1830

The DAC Collection includes 167 early lithographs pasted in an album with the Goya print shown above, as well as treatises on the medium by Godefroy Engelmann and Aloys Senefelder. Among the other early lithographs at the museum are works by Richard Parkes Bonnington (8); Thomas Shotter Boys (2); Nicolas-Toussaint Charlet (6); Théodore Chassériau (2); Richard Cooper (1); L.-J. Daguerre (1); Baron Dominique Vivant Denon (4); Henry Fuseli (1); Goya (Portrait of Gaulon); François Grenier (1); Baron Gros (2); P.-N. Guérin (4); James D. Harding (2); Charles Heath (1); J.-A.-D. Ingres (2); Eugène Isabey (19); Aimé de Lemud (1); A.-P. Mongin (1); Alexander Orlovski (1); Robert Ker Porter (1); P.P. Prud'hon (3); Auguste Raffet (2); Aloys Senefelder (4); Strixner and Piloty (12); C.A. Vernet (2); E.-J.-H. Vernet (5); Benjamin West (1); and Benjamin Zix (1).

Other 19th-Century European Prints

Jean-Honoré Daumier's (French, 1808-1879) enormous output of more than 3,000 prints, produced for Parisian tabloid newspapers, is rich in political and social commentary from the time of Louis-Philippe up to the Franco-Prussian War. The DAC holds Daumier's most important single-sheet lithograph, Rue Transnonain (the stone was confiscated by the government after only a few impressions were pulled), as well as 210 other Daumier prints.

Other 19th-century European printmakers represented in the collection include Adolphe Appian (8); Antoine Barye (2); Albert Besnard (3); J.-P.-V. Beurdeley (46); Karl Bodmer (2); Jean Boldini (2); Pierre Bonnard (6); Félix-Henri Bracquemond (29); Rodolphe Bresdin (2); Félix Buhot (27); Edward Burne-Jones (2); Eugène Carriere (7); Paul Cézanne (4); J.-B.-C. Corot (29); John Sell Cotman (2); Gustave Courbet (1); H.-E. Cross (2); George Cruikshank (15); C.-F. Daubigny (31); Edgar Degas (2); Eugène Delacroix (38); Maurice Denis (6); Gustave Doré (3); Jules Dupré (4); Henri Fantin-Latour (11); Georges de Feure (2); Jean-Louis Forain (6); Mariano Fortuny y Carbo (5); C.-F. Gaillard (5); Paul Gauguin (6); Paul Gavarni (33, plus several albums); Théodore Géricault (9); Thomas Girton (20); Edmond Gosselin (15, after Meryon); H.-C. Guérard (7); P.-C. Helleu (3); Paul Huet (3); Victor Hugo (2); C.-E. Jacque (7); J.-E. Jacquemart (1, plus album); J.-B. Jongkind (5); Carl Kolbe (2); Maxime Lalanne (13); Alphonse Legros (21); Gustave Leheutre (4); Wilhelm Liebl (3); Auguste Lepère (28); David Lucas (7, after Constable); Edouard Manet (21, plus 6 lithographs for Le Corbeau and 8 etchings for Le Fleuve); Adolphe Menzel (30); Charles Meryon (45); Jean-Baptiste Millet (43, including several rarities and proofs); Henry Monnier (19); Berthe Morisot (1); Alphonse Mucha (4); Célestin Nanteuil (12); Samuel Palmer (7); Edvard Munch (3); Camille Pissarro (4); Lucien Pissarro (3); J.-F. Raffaelli (2); P.-A. Rajon (7); Odilon Redon (39); Pierre-Auguste Renoir (7); Alfred Rethel (3); Henri Rivière (2); Auguste Rodin (3); Félicien Rops (10); Théodore Rousseau (4); Théodore Roussel (2); Armand Séguin (1, plus 213 wood engravings after for Gaspard de la nuit); Paul Signac (3); Alfred Sisley (1); T.-A. Steinlen (4); Storm Van 'S-Gravesand (6); James-Jacques-Joseph Tissot (5); Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (7); J.M.W. Turner (4); Maurice Utrillo (2); Suzanne Valadon (1); Felix Valloton (3); Marcel Vertes (set of 12); Maurice de Vlaminck (4); Edouard Vuillard (1); and David Wilkie (5).

19th- and 20th-century British Prints

The museum's prints by later 19th-century and earlier 20th-century British artists include works by Sybil Andrews (1); Robert Austin (25); Edmund Blampied (8); Muirhead Bone (42); Frank Brangwyn (3, plus Shadow of the Cross set); A.J. Briscoe (22); G.L. Brockhurst (12); David Young Cameron (52); John Copley (8); Edward Gordon Craig (9); Francis Dodd (8); Andrew Geddes (8); Frederick Griggs (6); Francis Seymour Haden (40); Stanley William Hayter (5); Augustus John (6); Claire Leighton (2); Ernest Lumsden (3); James McBey (69); William Nicholson (12); Cyril Power (1); Charles H. Shannon (6); Frank Short (4); Walter Sickert (4); William Strang (15); and George F. Watts (2).

19th to 20th-century European Prints

The DAC's prints by later 19th-century and earlier 20th-century European artists outside Britain include works by Karel Appel (4); Hans (Jean) Arp (3); Ernst Barlach (21); Max Beckmann (13); Georges Braque (6); Heinrich Campendonk (1); Giorgio de Chirico (2); Salvador Dali (4); Robert Delaunay (1); Sonia Delaunay (1); André Derain (2); Otto Dix (2); Jean Dubuffet (4); André Dunoyer de Segonzac (2); James Ensor (5); Max Ernst (1); Maurits Escher (4); Conrad Felixmuller (1); Othon Friesz (1); Alberto Giacometti (2); Albert Gleizes (1); Marcel Gromaire (1); George Grosz (3); Hans Hartung (2); Erich Heckel (6); Ferdinand Hodler (2); Alexei Von Jawlensky (1); Wassily Kandinsky (12 from Kleine Welten and 3 other works); Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1); Max Klinger (19, plus set for Brahms-Phantasie); Oskar Kokoschka (9); Käthe Kollwitz (6); Alfred Kubin (15); Max Kurzweil (1); Henri Le Sidaner (1); J.-E. Laboreur (12); Marie Laurencin (9); Fernand Léger (2); Jean Lurçat (6); René Magritte (2); Aristide Maillol (5); Franz Marc (1); Gerhard Marcks (3); Louis Marcoussis (1); Pierre-Albert Marquet (2); André Masson (4); Ewald Mataré (1); Henri Matisse (3); Georges Minne (1); Joan Miró (3); Carl Moll (1); Giorgio Morandi (1); Emil Nolde (1); Max Oppenheimer (2); Emil Orlik (5); Jules Pascin (2); Max Pechstein (1); Pablo Picasso (26); Georges Rouault (11); Karl Schmidt-Rottluff (3); Lothar Schreyer (1); Richard Seewald (2); Gino Severini (4); Gustave Singier (3); Pierre Soulages (2); Carl Theodor Thiemann (1); Jacques Villon (8); and Anders Zorn (12).

Contemporary European Prints

The DAC's contemporary prints by European artists include works by Georg Baselitz (2); Joseph Beuys (1); Marcel Broodthaers (1); Javachy Christo (1); Francesco Clemente (1); Günther Grass (1); Hans Haacke (2); Richard Hamilton (8); David Hockney (2); Jörg Immendorf (6); Mimmo Paladino (3); Eduardo Paolozzi (3); Arnulf Rainer (2); Dieter Roth (1); Sergei Semenov (3); and Antoni Tàpies (1), among others.