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Hendrick, Henri Cassiers

Belgium (1858 -  1944 )
CASSIERS Hendrick, Henri  Dancing Girl

Bernaerts
Jun 21, 2017
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Hendrick, Henri Cassiers - Voitures Germain

Hendrick, Henri Cassiers - Voitures Germain

Original 1902
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Lot number: 224
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HENRI CASSIERS (1858-1944) [VOITURES GERMAIN.] 1902. 28 1/4x41 1/2 inches, 71 3/4x105 1/2 cm. Aug. Benard, Liege. Condition B+: replaced losses and repaired tears in margins, some affecting image. Cassiers was a painter from Flanders who designed many successful posters, most notably for his main client, the Antwerp-based Red Star Line ship company. Whether advertising ships, cars, elixirs or resorts, his style primarily revolved around the people of his country, and his posters are populated by fishermen, farmers and peasants within the typically flat landscapes of the region. For Voitures Germain, a Belgian car company, Cassiers depicts villagers reacting to this novel, modern convenience. The scene is very similar to the 1897 poster he designed for Coq-Sur-Mer, a sea resort, in which a peasant cottage and the locals are also very precisely drawn and richly colored. Cassiers' skill in organizing the image to deliver the message is evident in both posters. Here, the people in the forefront and in the background all stare at this new marvel of technology and their gazes automatically draw the viewer's eyes to the car as well. This image was reused in a larger format in 1914 with slightly different text, "Automobiles Germain". This earlier, smaller format is very rare. Cassiers p. 84, Wallonie p. 53.
Hendrick, Henri Cassiers - Bruxelles / Exposition Universelle & Internationale

Hendrick, Henri Cassiers - Bruxelles / Exposition Universelle & Internationale

Original 1910
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Lot number: 4
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Sale 2467 Lot 4 HENRI CASSIERS (1858-1944) BRUXELLES / EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE & INTERNATIONALE. 1910. 49 1/4x35 inches, 125 3/4x89 cm. J.E. Goossens, Brussels. Condition A- / B+: creases and restoration in margins and along vertical and horizontal folds. "To call attention to its international exposition in 1910, the city of Brussels brought forth a gala poster that capitalized on the public's interest in a promising new mode of transportation, the dirigible airship. With flags flying, the Stars and Stripes prominently among them, an airship of the Lebaudy-type hovers over the city's [town square, showing the] historic Grand Place. On the right is the Town Hall and in the background Brewer's Hall" (Looping the Loop p. 57). Cassiers was a painter from Flanders who designed many successful posters, most notably for his main client, the Antwerp-based Red Star Line ship company. Whether he was advertising ships, cars, elixirs or resorts, his style primarily revolved around the people of his country, and his posters are populated by Belgian fishermen, farmers and peasants within typically flat landscapes. This image is more architectural and culturally-specific than much of his other work. This is the French version. Cassiers p. 94 (var), Looping the Loop pl. 35 (var), DFP-II 1004 (var).
Hendrick, Henri Cassiers -  Dancing Girl

Hendrick, Henri Cassiers - Dancing Girl

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Lot number: 1400
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Description: HENRI CASSIERS (1858-1944) Dancing girl. Chinese ink. Mounted on support with flower drawing. Signed. Framed. Danseres. Oost-Indische inkt. Gemonteerd op drager met bloemendecor. Getekend 'H Cassiers'. In kader. Danseuse. Plume d'encre de Chine. Signé. Encadré. Dimensions: 250 x 205 mm
Hendrick, Henri Cassiers - Brussels Universal And International Exhibition

Hendrick, Henri Cassiers - Brussels Universal And International Exhibition

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Lot number: 112
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Sale 2439 Lot 112 HENRI CASSIERS (1858-1944) BRUSSELS UNIVERSAL AND INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. 1910. 47x30 inches, 119 1/2x76 1/2 cm. J.E. Goosens, Brussels. Condition B+ / B: tears, repaired tears, creases, minor losses and restored losses in margins and image; horizontal creases; trimmed at sides; tape on verso. Paper. "To call attention to its international exposition in 1910, the city of Brussels brought forth a gala poster that capitalized on the public's interest in a promising new mode of transportation, the dirigible airship. With flags flying, the Stars and Stripes prominently among them, an airship of the Lebaudy-type hovers over the city's [Town's Square, showing the] historic Grand Palace. On the right is the Town Hall and in the background Brewer's Hall" (Looping the Loop p. 57). Cassiers was a painter from Flanders who designed many successful posters, most notably for his main client, the Antwerp-based Red Star Line ship company. Whether he was advertising ships, cars, elixirs or resorts, his style primarily revolved around the people of his country, and his posters are populated by Belgian fishermen, farmers and peasants within typically flat landscapes. This image is more architectural and culturally-specific than much of his other work. This is the English version. Looping the Loop pl. 35 (var), DFP-II 1004 (var)
Hendrick, Henri Cassiers - Red Star Line

Hendrick, Henri Cassiers - Red Star Line

Original 1899
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Lot number: 40
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HENRI CASSIERS (1858-1944)
RED STAR LINE / ANTWERPEN - NEW YORK. 1899.
37 1/2x51 inches, 95 1/4x129 1/2 cm. O. de Rycker, Brussels.
Condition B+: losses in top margin; minor tears and creases in margins and along sharp vertical and horizontal folds; ink stamp in image; tape on verso. Paper.
Throughout his career, Cassiers designed over a dozen posters for this Belgian shipping company. This was the first and one of the best in the whole series, depicting the Westernland I within an unmistakable Art Nouveau context. Each poster was predicated on the simple idea of people watching one of the line's ships. After this first image, Cassiers began to use flat colors and only depicted Flemish peasants. For this first poster, Cassiers is still in thralls to traditional Art Nouveau as practiced in the artistic circles of Brussels, exemplified here by the child's hair and the decorative frieze of stars around the typography. The combination of the graphic and the painterly rendering of the sea and the ship create one of Cassiers' most spectacular posters. Belgian 13, Belgique p. 30-31, Cassiers cover and 67, DFP-II 996, Belle Epoque 11, Maitres 1900 p. 98, Life With Posters 129.
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