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French Art Deco Pochoir Fashion Prints 2 Goldmark Gallery 2009


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37. George Barbier, 1914, ÂŁ350

Prices include frame, vat and uk delivery. Framed sizes are 43.5 x 38 cm and 46.5 x 60 cm.

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We have one copy only of each print. To be sure of securing your choice phone us on 01572 821424

38. Georges Lepape, 1913, ÂŁ350


French Art Deco Pochoir Fashion Prints One of Art Deco's most vivid legacies, the pochoir printing technique, captures the sensuous spirit of affluent society in the first quarter of the 20th century and documents the uninhibited era that gave us jazz, the tango, high fashion, and modern art. The pochoir process, which involved the manual application of gouache or watercolour pigments through the medium of stencils, was itself an intriguing marriage of commerce and art, of originality and mass production. At its height, there were some 30 pochoir studios in Paris where as many as 100 variations of colour could be applied laboriously to a single print. 39. Georges Lepape, 1912, ÂŁ295


40. George Barbier, 1914, £350

41. Artist Unknown, 1921, £295


The vibrant colours and flamboyant designs distinguished Art Deco from previous artistic styles, together with its respect for Japanese heritage and its contribution to modernism. The pochoir fashion print, so linked to the Art Deco period, was strongly influenced by many aspects of French society of the 1920s, including the emergence of the female identity, the lure of the exotic, the role of music and dance, and the arrival of haute couture fashion. These fashion prints have thus remained synonymous with the spirit of Art Deco.

42. A. E. Marty, 1914, ÂŁ295

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43. Thayaht, 1922, £350

44. Thayaht, 1922, £350


45. Charles Martin, 1914, ÂŁ295

46. Georges Lepape, 1912, ÂŁ295


47. A. E. Marty, 1921, £350

48. Francesco Javier Gosé, 1913, £350


49. George Barbier, 1915, (centre fold as issued), ÂŁ600


50. A. E. Marty, 1913, £350

51. Louis Strimpl, 1912/13, £295


These fashion prints have remained synonymous with the spirit of Art Deco.

52. George Barbier, 1921, ÂŁ350

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53. A. E. Marty, 1921, ÂŁ350

54. A. E. Marty, 1913, ÂŁ350


55. Pierre Brissaud, 1913, (centre fold as issued), ÂŁ500

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56. Umberto Brunelleschi, 1922, £295

57. George Barbier, 1913, £350


58. Georges Lepape, 1914, ÂŁ295

59. Pierre Brissaud, 1920, ÂŁ350


60. Francesco Javier Gosé, 1914, £295

61. Charles Martin, 1912, £295


62. Georges Lepape, 1915, (centre fold as issued), ÂŁ500

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63. George Barbier, 1924, £350

64. George Barbier, 1921, £350


These wonderful hand-coloured prints reflect the excitement of the social changes of the time, the new freedom, and an elegance that is a rare commodity today.

65. A. E. Marty, 1920, ÂŁ350

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66. Charles Martin, 1913, £350

67. Robert Dammy, £295


68. Pierre Brissaud, 1914, (centre fold as issued), ÂŁ500

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69. Pierre Mourgue, 1922, £350

70. Charles Martin, 1921, £350


71. Georges Lepape, 1913, £350

72. Georges Lepape, 1913, £295


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