* Émile BERNARD (1868-1941) painter. L.A.S. and L.A., 1911-1917, to Mrs Marie Duchateau in Paris; 2 pages in-8 each, the 2nd on
paper of the magazine La Rénovation esthétique (vignette), envelopes.
8.XII.1911], thanking her "tender friend" for her support on the occasion of serious health problems of the painter's father: "His condition being no longer serious, I intend to go to Montmartre to receive my friends. I therefore intend to see you too, unless I get the idea that I could not come up, you will not come, thus depriving me of my dearest pleasure and my most tender consolation...". Thunder, January 8, 1917] He apologizes for constantly asking her for favours. "Mr. Louis Dimier, a critic of L'Action Française, having written on my book L'Esthétique fondamentale et traditionnelle, a study, I get requests for this volume from everywhere. He asks her to get the key from Pauline, to fetch copies from the large cupboard in her workshop, and to send them on her behalf to the 4 addresses he gives her... He sends a few verses (not attached) as a thank you.
Location of the item France - 75016 Paris