Original exhibition poster 'Illustrateurs au temps de (Paul) Poiret' for the gallery of Yves Plntin and Françoise Blondel in 33 rue de Seine, Paris. Dates to around 1980. For this poster, the pochoir 'Lady with the red mirror', an iconic graphic gem from 1914 by Georges Lepape was used. Pochoir print is a template or stencil-like technique that was popular during the Art Deco period.
Printed by: Imprimerie Marchand, Paris.
Condition B+: some wrinkles due to rolling, the corner at the top left is restored. The image is integrally intact.
The illustrator Georges Lepape was born in Paris where he studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts and at the ateliers of Humbert and Cormon. In 1910 he was commissioned by the designer Paul Poiret to illustrate the follow-up to his successful fashion album ‘Les Robes de Paul Poiret’. Lepape became a major Art Deco fashion illustrator with his work published in leading Parisian periodicals.
- Georges Lepape
- Titolo del poster
- Illustrateurs au temps de Poiret
- Anni ‘80
- Art Deco, Pochoir, Arte applicata (design), Grafica, Pubblicità
- Paese d’origine
- B+ (buono - piccole imperfezioni)
- 65×46 cm