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Jules Chéret

The Arts, 1900

Lithograph
46 3/4 × 30 1/4 in
118.7 × 76.8 cm
This is a non-editioned multiple.
$15,000 - 20,000
location
New York
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Rennert’s Gallery
New York
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Maindron makes it clear that it was Chéret who invented “placards décoratifs, which are neither …

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Maindron makes it clear that it was Chéret who invented “placards décoratifs, which are neither prints nor posters, but which contain a bit of both... There is nothing to say about these designs other than that they are perfect” (Maindron, p. 178-79). Abdy calls these four decorative panels “triumphs of color and …

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Publisher
Imp. Chaix, Paris (not shown)
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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New York
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Maindron makes it clear that it was Chéret who invented “placards décoratifs, which are neither …

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Maindron makes it clear that it was Chéret who invented “placards décoratifs, which are neither prints nor posters, but which contain a bit of both... There is nothing to say about these designs other than that they are perfect” (Maindron, p. 178-79). Abdy calls these four decorative panels “triumphs of color and …

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Publisher
Imp. Chaix, Paris (not shown)
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

The Arts, 1900

Lithograph
46 3/4 × 30 1/4 in
118.7 × 76.8 cm
This is a non-editioned multiple.
$15,000 - 20,000
location
New York
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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