Eugène Véder (1876-1936). "Le quai de Béthune." From Paris: Cinquante eaux-fortes en couleurs. (Paris: Fifty etchings in colors.)
Paris: Albert Morancé, 1927. Color etching, signed in the plate. 7 x 5 (plate mark) plus full margins. Framed (dimensions 13 1/2 x 10 1/2). Very good condition.
Of French artist Eugène Véder (1876-1936) little is known. Essentially an artist of the 1920s, he became a member of the Salon des Artistes Français, exhibiting with them from 1922 on and receiving a bronze medal in 1923 and a silver medal in 1925.Albert Morancé was Véder's chief patron. The etchings he published in the work which included this one - all printed by the artist on his own hand press - have been called among the finest artistic records of the city of Paris.