Achille Rouquet xylographer, woodcut, Achille Rouquet
In 'La ville du passé', Carcassonne, 1925

    With its pure, black lines that changed with the seasons, the outline of the city quickly became the preferred subject of drawers and engravers who found in it a good subject for experimenting with various techniques: Achille Rouquet's woodcuts; Albert Robida's charcoals and pen-and-ink drawings; R. Fabrey's water-colours…
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