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Jules Chéret

Léonie Laporte as a Bacchante., ca. 1900

Reddish-brown chalk on paper
12 7/16 × 9 1/2 in
31.6 × 24.1 cm
Permanent collection
location
Williamstown
Jules Chéret
French, 1836–1932
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The father of modern poster art and a critical figure in the development of the French Belle Époque …

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The father of modern poster art and a critical figure in the development of the French Belle Époque style, Jules Chéret was the first artist to work with color lithography. Finding little success in France due in part to inadequate printing technology, Chéret moved to London and began designing perfume packaging for …

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Jules Chéret
French, 1836–1932
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The father of modern poster art and a critical figure in the development of the French Belle Époque …

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The father of modern poster art and a critical figure in the development of the French Belle Époque style, Jules Chéret was the first artist to work with color lithography. Finding little success in France due in part to inadequate printing technology, Chéret moved to London and began designing perfume packaging for …

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Jules Chéret

Léonie Laporte as a Bacchante., ca. 1900

Reddish-brown chalk on paper
12 7/16 × 9 1/2 in
31.6 × 24.1 cm
Permanent collection
location
Williamstown
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