French Vintage Ballet Poster ‘Brighton at the Olympia’ by Pal, 1894
The Olympia opened in Paris in April of 1893 as the first establishment to call itself a “music-hall”…From the start, the Olympia exploited feminine allure for all it was worth; whatever its various revues were called, they always featured beautiful girls in revealing costumes…Pal, freshly arrived from London, was a perfect choice to create one of Olympia’s first show posters. His well-proportioned, realistically drawn beauties projected a sensuality no other poster artist could match.
Music by Leopold Wenzel.
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