This artwork is from Les Maitres de L’Affiche series. These miniature versions of outstanding stone lithographs are of the most important advertising posters of the time.
Featured is a red-headed women wearing a hat, toying with a white flower. She’s wearing a very luxurious fox scarf around her neck.
“She is expensively and discreetly dressed, in the drab colours that were fashionable in the nineties. The subdued, almost washed out tints of dull mauve, snuff brown and tired green had not been seen before in a poster…The face of the woman is troubled, and she is at the same time the worrier and the schemer…It is typical of de Feure’s work that the woman is always seen in isolation” (Abdy p.152)
“The Salon of the Hundred, was a small gallery on the premises of the magazine ‘La Plume’ where promising designers displayed their work. The publication’s marketing arm, Editions d’Art, also issued these posters and decorative panels in various editions, often on quality paper as art for the home. The bottom half of these posters, there were 43 in all, is normally filled with text” (Gold p.132)
- Georges de Feure
- Chaix - Paris
Size: 11.5'' x 15.5''
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- Additional Condition Info:
- All Maitre de L'Affiche plates are printed on Collector's Edition Stock and are completely ready for Framing
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You must then return the poster(s) within three business days of our email confirmation via insured shipment at your expense (Customer is responsible for loss or damage) to:
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