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1 عدد تمبر 75مین سال درگذشت فیلیسین روپز - چاپ قلمزنی - بلژیک 1973

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1973 The 75th Anniversary of the Death of Felicien Rops

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Félicien Rops

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Félicien Rops
Félicien Rops.jpg
Detail from The Members of the
Société Libre des Beaux-Arts

by Edmond Lambrichs
Born 7 July 1833
Namur, Belgium
Died 23 August 1898 (aged 65)
Essonnes, France
Nationality Belgian
Known for Printmaking, etching
Notable work Pornocrates
Movement Decadent movement

Félicien Rops (7 July 1833 – 23 August 1898) was a Belgian artist, known primarily as a printmaker in etching and aquatint.

Contents

  • 1 Early life
  • 2 Relationship with Baudelaire
  • 3 Later life
  • 4 Art
  • 5 Gallery
  • 6 Notes
  • 7 References
  • 8 External links

Early life

Rops was born in Namur, the only son of Sophie Maubile and Nicholas Rops,[1] who was a textile manufacturer.[2] After his first artistic training at a local academy, he relocated to Brussels at the age of twenty[2] and briefly attended the University of Brussels.[3] He subsequently attended the Académie de Saint-Luc and began creating satirical lithographs which were published in the student magazine Le Crocodile. These and the lithographs he contributed until 1862 to the magazine Uylenspiegel brought him early fame as a caricaturist.[2]

In 1857, he married Charlotte Polet de Faveaux, with whom he had two children, Paul and Juliette (the latter died at a young age).[1] He produced a number of etchings as illustrations for books by Charles de Coster. In 1862 he went to Paris where he met the etchers Félix Bracquemond and Jules Ferdinand Jacquemart. His activity as a lithographer ceased about 1865, and he became a restless experimenter with etching techniques.[2]

Felicien Rops in his Studio by Paul Mathey

Relationship with Baudelaire

Rops met Charles Baudelaire towards the end of the poet's life in 1864, and Baudelaire left an impression upon him that lasted until the end of his days.[4] Rops created the frontispiece for Baudelaire's Les Épaves, a selection of poems from Les Fleurs du mal that had been censored in France, and were therefore published in Belgium.

His association with Baudelaire and with the art he represented won his work the admiration of many other writers, including Théophile Gautier, Alfred de Musset, Stéphane Mallarmé, Jules Barbey d’Aurevilly, and Joséphin Péladan. He was closely associated with the literary movement of Symbolism and Decadence.

Later life

After the failure of his marriage, Rops moved to Paris in 1874,[5] where he lived with two sisters, Aurélie and Léontine Duluc. With Léontine, he had one daughter, Claire,[6] who went on to marry the Belgian author Eugène Demolder.

Rops was one of the founding members of Société Libre des Beaux-Arts of Brussels (Free Society of Fine Arts, 1868–1876) and Les XX ("The Twenty", formed 1883). Rops's eyesight began to fail in 1892. He kept up his literary associations until his death.

Félicien Rops was a freemason and a member of the Grand Orient of Belgium.[7]

Art

Like the works of the authors whose poetry he illustrated, his work tends to mingle sex, death, and Satanic images. According to Edith Hoffmann, the "erotic or frankly pornographic" nature of much of Rops's work "is at least partly due to the attraction these subjects had for a provincial artist who never forgot his first impressions of Paris".[2][8]

Rops often combined soft-ground etching—a technique practiced by few artists of his day—with mezzotint or aquatint and sometimes added hand-coloring to his plates. His etchings were popular and influenced many younger artists, including Symbolists such as Edvard Munch and Max Klinger.[2]

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1 عدد تمبر 75مین سال درگذشت فیلیسین روپز -  چاپ قلمزنی - بلژیک 1973

1 عدد تمبر 75مین سال درگذشت فیلیسین روپز - چاپ قلمزنی - بلژیک 1973

1973 The 75th Anniversary of the Death of Felicien Rops