Andre C. Lambert: Spanish Scene Etching
Rare Spanish scene by Andre C. Lambert, signed, etching 1917. #43 out of 100. 16 x 19.
André Lambert (1884-1967) was a French born artist who designed theatrical costumes, make-up; but is especially known for his erotic art. He studied in Munich under H Van Habermann followed by further study in Paris. Amongst his earliest jobs was working on the German satirical magazine Simplicissimus, a magazine similar to the British Punch. Other graphic artists associated with this magazine included; Bruno Paul, Josef Benedikt Engl, Rudolf Wilke and Ferdinand von Reznicek. He also work on “Jugend” a magazine in direct competition to Simplicissimus. His illustrative style strongly resembles that of Aubrey Beardsley with a hint of Austrian Secession.