By Stanley Appelbaum
The main recognized creative compilation ever made up of the nice age of the poster, that includes works through approximately a hundred artists, between them Cheret, Toulouse-Lautrec, Bonnard, Mucha, Beardsley, Parrish, Grasset, Penfield, Steinlen, many extra. complete colour, huge structure, one poster in line with web page, broad documentation.
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1898. textual content: “Great Tileworks of Ivry, based 1854, Ivry-Port close to Paris; the most important ceramic-products manufacturing unit on the planet for construction, and paintings productions; Emile Muller stoneware; execution in stoneware of works through masters of statuary; architectural facings; ornamental sculpture; showroom and salesroom, three rue Halévy; the one tile capable of endure the names Muller and Ivry; [tiles] assured opposed to frost. ” [In 1989 the Metropolitan Museum of artwork bought a stoneware plaque by means of Charpentier with accurately this layout. ] WILLIAM CARQUEVILLE; Philadelphia, 1895; forty eight × 31 cm (19 × 12 in); factor 33, Aug. 1898. [Magazine advert. ] JULES CHÉRET; Paris, Chaix, 1892; 128 × forty four cm (49 × 34. five in); factor 34, Sept 1898. textual content: “Olympia [theater], previously the curler coaster, street des Capucines [, Paris]. ” THÉOPHILE-ALEXANDRE STEINLEN; Paris, Charles Verneau, 1896; one hundred sixty × a hundred cm (63 × 39. five in); factor 34, Sept. 1898. textual content: “5 centimes; Le magazine is publishing The responsible One, an unpublished novel through François Coppée. ” LUCIEN LEFÈVRE; Paris, Chaix, 1895; 245 × 88 cm (96. five × 34. five in); factor 34, Sept 1898. textual content: “Mugnier absinthe; on the market in all places; in basic terms producer, Frederic Mugnier, Dijon, Geneva. ” WILL BRADLEY; Chicago, 1895; fifty four × 36 cm (21 × 14 in); factor 34, Sept. 1898. JULES CHERET, Paris, Chaix, 1888, 124 × 88 cm (49 × 34. five in); factor 35, Oct. 1898. textual content: “Charity for evening shelters, exhibition of French artwork less than Louis XIV and Louis XV on the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, 17 quai Malaquai [, Paris], admission 2 francs, Sundays 1 franc, open from 10 A. M. to six P. M ; evening look after, open at 7, closed at nine P. M. ” HENRI-GABRIEL IBELS, Paris, Eugène Verneau, 1894; sixty five × 50 cm (25. five × 19 in); factor 35, Oct. 1898. textual content; “From November 6 to December 15, 1894; H. -G. Ibels exhibition (free admission) at l. a. Bodinière pupil theater, 18 rue St-Lazare [, Paris]; for info, touch Mr Henry Lassalle. ” MAXIMILIEN LUCE, Paris, G. Bataille, 1891, 179 × sixty seven cm (70. five × 26. five in); factor 35, Oct 1898. textual content: “At the Scala [music hall], Mévisto, nightly” MAURICE DENIS; Paris, Edw Ancourt, 1892; 148 × ninety eight cm (58 × 38. five in); factor 35, Oct. 1898. textual content: “La Dépêche [The Dispatch, released in Toulouse]; huge structure; unfastened distribution of the specimen numbers of April sixteen and 17. ” JULES CHÉRET; Paris, Chaix, 1887; 267 × 108 cm (105 × forty two. five in); factor 36, Nov 1898. textual content: “At the Buttes-Chaumont [store], side road de los angeles Villette on the nook of faubourg St-Martin [, Paris]; toys, reward articles. ” ADOLPHE WILLETTE; Paris, Charles Verneau, 1893; a hundred and forty × a hundred cm (55 × 39. five in); factor 36, Nov. 1898. textual content “International exhibition of goods of trade and Palace of excellent Arts and Galerie Rapp, Champ de Mars [, Paris], from April 25 to August five, 1893; points of interest: live performance of the Watin orchestra, salon theater, café with exhibit, tableaux vivants, buffet, eating place, French beer; admission Sunday and Thursday 50 centimes, weekdays 1 franc, Wednesday 2 francs. ” MANUEL ROBBE; Paris, Bourgerie, 1895; one hundred thirty × ninety four cm (51 × 37 in); factor 36, Nov 1898.