Félix PISSARRO (1874-1897)

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Félix PISSARRO (1874-1897)
Félix PISSARRO (1874-1897), painter, third son of Camille. L.A.S. "F. P." to Manzana-Pissarro. Undated. 2 pp. in-8.
Rare illustrated letter, from the third son of Pissarro, who died at 23. "I am sending you 2 small etchings printed by me on Japon but it is while waiting for Delatre to have them printed because when they are, I will send you my new series which consists of 6, it is not much. I am very happy that Richetto found my etchings good and very annoyed to know that you are very ill []. Eragny is going to be infected with this cursed gimlasteque society too. Chinelle. Geugeule la bonne a Raban. The comi has the Englishman who is going to be thembour, he has bought a drum as big as Paul's and which sounds like an arosoir. Rachel is going to be part of it as well as Albert Crepin, finally it will be as funny as can be, that was all that was needed to make Eragny popular. He illustrates his letter with an amusing drawing of these four characters. A photographic portrait of Félix aged about 10 years is attached.
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