- January 23, 2017
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Superman, Star Sapphire, Clark Kent and Lois Lane Comics Art Prints
Levi’s of San Francisco On The Champs-Élysées-Original Vintage French Lithograph. Exclusive. No other dealer is selling this poster. This is a guaranteed RARE ORIGINAL VINTAGE POSTER from the period of creation, NOT a reproduction.
Our posters are in original shape. This poster was given in 1977 at the Pret a Porter- Porte De Versailles where fashion posters from the 70’s and 80’s were given to fashion buyers and magazines only by the manufactures; not available to the general public . Everyone loved this one. New condition. Original Vintage Art Gallery Lithograph. Size:16 1/2″X22 ¼” The poster is in NEW condition never used. Extra Large Billboard Poster Available.
During the decade of the 1890’s poster artists turned the Parisian streets into colorful art galleries. Theater performers rushed to choose an artist to do a poster for their own show. One poster exhibition after another were held and publishers churned out additional copies to meet the demand of collectors. To date, the largest and most noteworthy poster show was held in Reims, France with a display of more than 1,500 posters from all over Europe.
The Sewing Machine Leonor Fini is considered one of the most important women artists of the mid-twentieth century, along with Leonora Carrington, Frida Kahlo, Meret Oppenheim, Remedios Varo, and Dorothea Tanning – most of whom Fini knew well. Her career, which spanned some six decades, included painting, graphic design, book illustration, product design (the renowned torso-shaped perfume bottle for Schiaparelli’s Shocking), and set and costume design for theater, ballet, opera, and film. In this compellingly readable, exhaustively researched account, author Peter Webb brings Fini’s provocative art and unconventional personal life, as well as the vibrant avant-garde world in which she revolved, vividly in life. Born in Buenos Aires in 1907 (August 30 – January 18, 1996, Paris) to Italian and Argentine parents, Leonor grew up in Trieste, Italy, raised by her strong-willed, independent mother, Malvina. She was a virtually self-taught artist, learning anatomy directly from studying cadavers in the local morgue and absorbing composition and technique from the Old Masters through books and visits to museums. W: 19 5/8” H: 28” Condition Very Fine.