La Gare de Valmondois (The Valmondois Train Station)

Armand Seguin (French, 1869-1903)

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  • This intricate tangle of energetic, fine lines depicts the railroad yard of Valmondois, a town in northern France. It is the only one of the prints displayed here that does not depict Brittany.
  • The industrial setting, with its pulleys and electrical cables, is unusual for Seguin, who typically favored more pastoral scenes of peasants and rural landscapes.
  • The term “roulette” cited above refers to a tool rolled over the etching plate to create toned areas in the image.

Object Information

Armand Seguin (French, 1869-1903)
creation date
ink on paper, etching and roulette
7 x 11-7/8 in. (image)
12 x 17-3/4 in. (sheet)
mark descriptions
studio stamp in green, below image, L.R.: EAS; monogram stamp in red, below image, L.R.: AS
accession number
credit line
Gift of Samuel Josefowitz in tribute to Bret Waller and Ellen Lee
Public Domain
Prints, Drawings, and Photographs

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