CAMILLE PISSARRO and GEORGE W. THORNLEY Jour de foire à Pontiose.
Lithograph printed in brown on Chine appliqué, circa 1900. 190x233 mm; 7 1/2x9 1/8 inches, full margins. Edition of 108. Signed by both Pissarro and Thornley in pencil, lower margin. Published by Hessèle, Paris. From 25 Lithographies. A very good impression.
Pissarro likely acted on the advice of Edgar Degas, who had collaborated with Thornley on a suite of lithographs after his drawings (Reed/Shapiro 25b; see lot 205) during the late 1880s, when he decided to create the current work.