1. Chemin de Croix dessiné et gravé sur bois de fil. Jean Charlot. Dated: 1918–1920. Fifteen woodcuts. Biggest: 12 in wide × 17 1/2 in high. Chaumontel, France: privately printed. Edition: 17. Morse numbers 11–25.


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    Self-Portrait, Cubist Style. Jean Charlot. Dated: January 21–24, 1919. Pen and wash on paper, monochrome. 8 1/2 in wide × 12 in high.

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    Grimprel. Jean Charlot. Dated: March 12, 1919. Pencil and wash on paper. 10 1/4 in wide × 14 3/4 in high.

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    Moi. Jean Charlot. Dated: September 24, 1919. Pencil and wash. 10 1/8 in wide × 14 5/8 in high.

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    Guitton. Jean Charlot. Dated: October 26, 1919. Pencil on paper. 10 in wide × 15 3/8 in high.

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    Travès. Jean Charlot. Dated: November 13, 1919. Pencil. 10 1/4 in wide × 14 1/2 in high.

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    Travès dormant. Jean Charlot. Dated: January 28, 1920. Pencil and wash on paper. 14 3/4 in wide × 10 1/4 in high.

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    Michel. Jean Charlot. Dated: February 11, 1920. Gray, cream, and white gouache on paper. 10 1/4 in wide × 14 3/4 in high.

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    Bihain. Jean Charlot. Dated: February 13, 1920. Gray, cream, and white gouache on paper. 10 1/4 in wide × 14 3/4 in high.


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    Chaise. Jean Charlot. Dated: January 1, 1919. Pencil and wash on paper. 10 1/8 in wide × 15 in high.

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    French Army Coat and Cap. Jean Charlot. Dated: March 22, 1919. Pencil and wash. 10 1/4 in wide × 14 3/4 in high.

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    L’Occupation. Jean Charlot. Dated: July 29, 1919. Pencil, wash, and gouache on paper. 10 1/4 in wide × 14 3/4 in high. See also verso: Flowers, Sketch of Toiletries.

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    La Luxure. Jean Charlot. Dated: September 23, 1919. Pencil and wash on paper. 10 1/4 in wide × 14 1/2 in high. Decorative inscription around frame: “Ce vilain homme représente la luxure. il est laid parceque Satan est avec lui. il est assis sur un calvaire parcequ’il s’inquiète pour des dons de Dieu. Je ne veux pas ressembler à ce vilain individu. Gloire à Dieu.”

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    Still Life: Army Personal Effects. Jean Charlot. Dated: October 13, 1919. Pencil on paper. 10 in wide × 15 3/8 in high.

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    Toilette. Jean Charlot. Dated: November 12–13, 1919. Pencil, wash, and gouache on paper. 10 1/4 in wide × 14 1/2 in high.

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    L’aumône. Jean Charlot. Dated: January 13, 1920. Pencil, wash, and gouache on paper. 10 1/4 in wide × 14 1/2 in high.


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    Maudach Ma chambre du 2 au 4-2-19. Jean Charlot. Date: February 4, 1919. Pencil and wash on paper. 10 in wide × 14 1/8 in high.

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    Usines. Jean Charlot. Dated: May 3, 1919. Pencil and wash on paper. 14 1/2 in wide × 10 3/8 in high. Shorthand: “de ma fenêtre”. Written: “Rheingönheim”. See also verso: Flowering Branches.

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    Flowering Branches. Jean Charlot. Expressionist coloring. Crossed out; “no” written in top left corner. See also recto: Usines.

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    Eglise. Jean Charlot. Dated: May 8, 1919. Pencil and wash on paper. 10 1/4 in wide × 14 3/4 in high.

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    Eglise Annweiler. Jean Charlot. Dated: November 20, 1919. Pencil, wash, and gouache on paper. 10 1/4 in wide × 14 3/4 in high.

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    Nonnes à Landau. Jean Charlot. Dated: December 1, 1919. Pencil, wash, and gouache on paper. 10 1/4 in wide × 14 1/2 in high.

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    Street Scene in German Town (Landau?). Jean Charlot. Dated: March 25, 1920. Pencil and wash on paper. 10 1/4 in wide × 14 3/4 in high.

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    Flowers, Sketch of Toiletries. Jean Charlot. Date: ca. July 1919. Pencil and wash. Crossed out. Writing: J’ai cherché sur fond dégradé du noir au blanc[,] Le sujet du blanc au noir. raté. See also recto: L’Occupation.

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    Cyclamens. Jean Charlot. Date: January 1920. Pencil, wash, and gouache on paper. 14 1/2 in wide × 10 1/4 in high.


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    Profile of Lotta Kuhn. Jean Charlot. Dated: January 10, 1919. Pencil and purple wash. 14 3/4 in wide × 10 1/4 in high.

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    Lotta Kuhn. Jean Charlot. Dated: January 12, 1919. Pencil on paper. 10 1/4 in wide × 14 3/4 in high. Written: “Lotta Kuhn[,] Die tochter von Karl Kuhn. Jugendheim.”

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    Anny. Jean Charlot. Date: February 10, 1919. Pencil and wash on paper. 4 1/2 in wide × 6 3/4 in high. Shorthand: “? ? d’après Anny”.

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    Femme Fumant. Jean Charlot. Dated: February 10, 1919. Pencil and wash on paper. 10 1/4 in wide × 14 3/4 in high. Written: “Maudach”. Shorthand: “d’après Anny”.

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    Babette. Jean Charlot. Dated: April 28, 1919. Pencil on paper. 10 1/4 in wide × 14 3/4 in high.

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    Hildegard. Jean Charlot. Dated: May 11, 1919. Pencil and gouache on paper. 9 1/2 in wide × 14 1/2 in high.

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    Young Woman of Rheingönheim. Jean Charlot. Dated: July 28–August 1919. Colored pencil on paper. 8 3/4 in wide × 14 3/4 in high.

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    Eppstein, Mademoiselle Weisbrot. Jean Charlot. Dated: September 3, 1919. Pencil on paper. 8 3/4 in wide × 14 3/4 in high.

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    Unfinished Drawing of Young German Woman. Jean Charlot. Date: ca. 1919. Pencil on paper. 10 1/4 in wide × 14 3/4 in high.

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    Portrait of Young German Woman, full face, unfinished. Jean Charlot. Date: ca. 1919. Pencil on paper. 8 3/4 in wide × 14 3/4 in high.

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    Profile of Young Woman. Jean Charlot. Date: ca. 1919. Pencil on paper. 8 7/8 in wide × 11 3/4 in high.