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By Stanley Appelbaum

The main well-known inventive compilation ever made from the good age of the poster, that includes works via approximately a hundred artists, between them Cheret, Toulouse-Lautrec, Bonnard, Mucha, Beardsley, Parrish, Grasset, Penfield, Steinlen, many extra. complete colour, huge layout, one poster in keeping with web page, wide documentation.

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HENRI EVENEPOEL; Brussels, J. E. Goossens, ca. 1895; 124 × ninety cm (49 × 35. five. in); factor 29, Apr 1898. textual content: “Antwerp and Its Exbibition, a Diable au Corps [Devil within the Flesh] book, incredible illustrated quantity; fee, 1 franc; 40 pages of textual content and drawings via the main well known Belgian artists, plus 5 huge plates on separate pages and a colour disguise; on the market in every single place; management: 12 rue aux Choux, Brussels. ” JULES CHÉRET; Paris, Chaix, 1885; 244 × 88 cm (96 × 34. five in); factor 30, might 1898. textual content: “Works of Rabelais, illustrated via A[lbert] Robida; 15 centimes in line with installment, the 1st five installments bought at five centimes every one; in any respect bookstores and newsdealers; Librairie lllustrée, 7 rue du Croissant; ‘It is healthier to jot down approximately laughter than tears, simply because laughter is man’s attribute job; stay in happiness. ’ ” ETIENNE MOREAU-NÉLATON; Paris, Charles Verneau, 1897; a hundred × 141 cm (39. five × fifty five. five in); factor 30, might 1898. textual content: “The Nativity, via the abbé Jouin, parish priest of St-Médard; pastoral play with songs and tableaux vivants. ” FÉLIX VALLOTTON; Paris, Pajol, ca. 1895; 129 × ninety three cm (51 × 36. five in); factor 30, may perhaps 1898. textual content: “Ah! l. a. Pé. . . l. a. Pé . . . l. a. Pépinière!!! ,” revue in acts and 4 scenes via Albert Pajol and Adolphe Couturet; new melodies, tailored song and ballet by way of Jacoutot; costumes designed via Japhet and done via Louise Caffard; units by way of Menessier; forged: [listing of the actors and their various roles]; nightly at nine: 30; Sunday and vacation matinees at 2; live performance de l. a. Pépinière [(Tree) Nursery] (near the St-Lazare station). FRED HYLAND; London, Waterlow & Sons, 1896; seventy five × 50 cm (29. five × 19. five in); factor 30, may perhaps 1898. JULES CHÉRET; Paris, Chaix, 1890, 124 × 88 cm (49 × 34. five in); factor 31, June 1898. textual content: “La Diaphane, Sarah Bernhardt rice powder; 32 road de l’Opéra, Paris. ” HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC; Paris, Ch. Lévy, 1891; one hundred seventy × one hundred twenty cm (67 × forty seven in); factor 31, June 1898. textual content: “Moulin Rouge; dance nightly; l. a. Goulue [the Glutton]. ” MAXFIELD PARRISH; N. Y. , Thomas & Wylie, 1897; fifty one × 34 cm (20 × thirteen. five in); factor 31, June 1898. FRITZ REHM; Leipzig, Grimme & Hempel, 1897; 88 × fifty eight cm (34. five × 23 in); factor 31, June 1898. textual content: “The gourmet; Laferme cigarettes, Dresden; award-winning unique from the poster pageant of the paintings printers Grimme & Hempel Co. , Leipzig. ” JULES CHÉRET; Paris, Chaix, 1882; fifty eight × forty three. five cm (23 × 17 in); factor 32, July 1898. textual content: “Hippodrome on the Pont de l’Alma; Cadet Roussel, remarkable equestrian and comedian pantomime; nightly other than Tuesdays and Fridays, that are reserved for footraces. ” EUGENE GRASSET; N. Y. , 1894; seventy eight × fifty two cm (30. five × 20. five in); factor 32, July 1898. OTTO FISCHER; Dresden, Wilhelm Hoffmann, 1896; ninety five × sixty four cm (37. five × 25 in); factor 32, July 1898. textual content: “Printers of recent posters; Wilhelm Hoffmann, Dresden. ” ETHEL REED; London, Waterlow & Sons, 1896; seventy five. five × forty eight. five cm (30 × 19 in); factor 32, July 1898. JULES CHÉRET; Paris, Chaix, 1890; 124 × 88 cm (49 × 34. five in); factor 33, Aug 1898. textual content: “Casino of Enghien; ordinary springs supply energy and advantage.

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