Interior with a Hanging Lamp, from "Landscapes and Interiors"

Edouard Vuillard French
Printer Auguste Clot French
Publisher Ambroise Vollard French

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In this view of the cozy parlor in the apartment he and his mother shared, Vuillard allowed the gas lamp suspended from the ceiling to dominate the composition, just as Ando Hiroshige had the huge festival lantern strung to the gateway of the Kinryusan temple at Asakusa. Both lamps are ornamented, one emblazoned with bold calligraphy, the other sashed with dark ribbon. Additional parallels in color, composition, and delicate overpatterning suggest that Vuillard had Hiroshige's print in mind when he made his own.

Interior with a Hanging Lamp, from "Landscapes and Interiors", Edouard Vuillard (French, Cuiseaux 1868–1940 La Baule), Color lithograph; third state of three

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