Exposition Russe | Maitre de L’Affiche: Plate #70
This artwork is from Les Maitres de L’Affiche series; miniature versions of outstanding stone lithograph artworks of the most important advertising posters by the finest artists.
‘Caran d’Ache’ was the pseudonym of Emmanuel Poire. Originally born in Russia, he used the Russian word for pencil ‘karandásh’ as his ‘nom de plume’. He became a renowned caricaturist and illustrator who excelled in military subjects. He contributed to numerous publications including Le Rire. His wonderful bold poster for the Russian exhibition at the Champ de Mars in Paris shows a proud Russian soldier astride a magnificent marching white horse. He signals us to join him with what appears to be the entire Russian army following in tow, for as far as the eye can see.
- Caran D'Ache (Emmanuel Poire)
- Chaix - Paris
Size: 11.5'' x 15.5''
ID: # MA070
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- All Maitre de L'Affiche plates are printed on Collector's Edition Stock and are completely ready for Framing
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