As a group, the Impressionists made very few etchings. In RenoirÃ¢ï¿½ï¿½s case, there are a total of twenty-five only and were for the most part not published in suites or portfolios, but commissioned by friends or publishers. He made two plates of reclining young women in 1906 and one of a woman bathing, which were subsequently published in Paris by Floury and in Berlin by Bruno Cassirer.
Berthe Morisot made eight etchings, Guillaumin and CÃ�Â©zanne each tried their hand at the process. It was only Pissarro who made a large number, the one featured here being first published in 1890.
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