ART DECO POSTERS
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|Anonymous. Radiophone Viel. Ca. 1930's. Color lithograph.|
|Bastia, Pascal. Betsy, 1927. Color lithograph. [Girl in Cow Boots and Hat]|
|Benigni, Leo. Brides les Bains/En Savoie/La Station de la Femme Elegante, 1929. 24 1/2 x 39 1/2" Color lithograph.|
Emprunt National. 1939. Color lithograph, 35 1/2 x 46 1/2''
|Cassandre, A.M (Adolphe Mouron). Bonal, 1935 - Yellow version. Color lithograph, 62 7/8 x 47 1/8" No one influenced the Art Deco period more than Cassandre. He designed all of the famous Art Deco posters for the railroads and the ship companies, L'Etoile due Nord, Nord Express, Triplex, Normandie are considered the most important Art Deco posters ever done.|
|Ch Gir. Venise, 1927, Color lithograph, 32 x 48.4”|
|Colin, Paul. Air Orient, 1935 [smaller format]. Color lithograph, 39 x 24 1/4" Paul Colin worked for Josephine Baker and what would become the Revue Nègre. His famous portfolio included Tumulte Noir from 1927 and his Bal Nègre posters are the most sought after in the world. 100 Posters of Paul Colin by Jack Rennert.|
|Colin, Paul. Sylvie, 1928. Color lithograph. 60 x 45” This poster of the French signer Sylvie was realized by the famous poster designer, Paul Colin (1892 ? 1985), well known for his renderings of the ?Revue Nègre?.|
|Colin, Paul. Fete de Paris, 1935. Color lithograph. Paul Colin worked for Josephine Baker and what would become the Revue Nègre. His famous portfolio included Tumulte Noir from 1927 and his Bal Nègre posters are the most sought after in the world. 100 Posters of Paul Colin by Jack Rennert.|
|Colin, Paul. Theatre Pigalle/La Chauve Souris. Ca 1920s. Color lithograph. Paul Colin worked for Josephine Baker and what would become the Revue Nègre. His famous portfolio included Tumulte Noir from 1927 and his Bal Nègre posters are the most sought after in the world. 100 Posters of Paul Colin by Jack Rennert.|
|DuFrene, Maurice. Rayon des Soieries, 1930. 31 1/4 x 41” A founder member of the Societe des Artistes Decorateurs, Dufrene as among the group of French designers which became known as the Constructeurs, before WW1. By 1910 his work adapted to more simplified forms using more substantial materials and construction.|
|Freres, Clerice. Couple dancing to Black Jazz Band. Ca 1925 [before lettering]. 31 x 22.5"|
|Hansi (Jean Jacques Waltz). Banqued' Alsace et Lorrain. 1920. Color lithograph. [Children waiting to enter Bank]. He became a popular artist and illustrator of Childrens books and always signed his work Hansi. 46 1/2 x 30"|
|Hurwic. Aux Lainnes Ecossaises, Ca. 1930.s Color lithograph. [Child sitting on a chair knitting]. 47 x 31 1/2" Very little is known about this artist other than that he was commissioned to design this poster for a well known knitting and yarn shop in Paris that still exists today.|
|Kiffer , Charles. Fredo Gardoni/Pathe. Color Lithograph. 47 3/8 x 62 3/4". Good condition, lined on linen. Although Charles Kiffer is known primarily for his many fine posters of Maurice Chevalier, his poster output chronicles the entire French theatrical and music-hall scene for more than fifty years.|
Spinelly. Paris: Lucien Vogel, 1914. Color lithograph. Good condition.
42 x 31"
Lepape was enamored with the theater and he created this poster as a tribute to the great actress, Spinelly, while she was appearing at the Comedie des Champs-Elysees. Lepape was an important graphic designer who illustrated his work in Art and Decoration, Gazette Du Bon Ton and the famous "Les choses de Paul Poiret", in 1911 which was a lavishly decorated catalogue that Poiret sent to his wealthy clients.
|Perot, Roger. Cycles Peugeot, 193. Color lithograph, 47 1/4 x 31 3/8"|
Serge Lifar. Ca 1928. Exhibition poster for Russian Ballet. Original
Color lithograph. 63 x 47" unlined. Serge Lifar (1905-1986) was a
Russian-French dancer and choreographer of exceptional stage presence,
who revitalized the Paris Opéra Ballet and was the primary figure
of modern French ballet.
|Thiriot, Sierre. Colette Andris. Paris. 47x31 inches. Good condition. A theater poster with a stylized outline of actress Colette Andris in black and white against a green background.|
|Vertes. Marcel. Simon Frevalles Poster, 1923. Color lithograph, 49 x 33 1/2" An outstanding twentieth century painter, printmaker and illustrator, Marcel Vertes moved from his native Hungary to Paris during the First World War. The art of Marcel Vertes was at its peak during the vibrant and somewhat wild decade of the 1920’s. Concentrating upon scenes of Paris street life, portrayals of women and depictions of circus and cabaret acts, Vertes left a legacy of original lithographs and drawings that superbly capture the spirit of 1920’s Paris.|
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