A black cat works magic to lure patrons in to “Chat Noir,” the nightclub in this poster by Theophile Alexandre Steinlen (1859 – 1923). Originally a textile designer, Steinlen is best known as an illustrator who created posters of cabarets and music hall performers incorporating his signature cats. The Chat Noir, a lively Montmartre cabaret, published a journal illustrated by Steinlen, who created hundreds of images for French magazines.

A black cat works magic to lure patrons in to “Chat Noir,” the nightclub in this poster by Theophile Alexandre Steinlen (1859 – 1923). Originally a textile designer, Steinlen is best known as an illustrator who created posters of cabarets and music hall performers incorporating his signature cats. The Chat Noir, a lively Montmartre cabaret, published a journal illustrated by Steinlen, who created hundreds of images for French magazines.

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Ba-Ta-Clan Operetta Show Girl Cabaret Dance Vintage Poster Repro FREE S/H

Ba-Ta-Clan Operetta Show Girl Cabaret Dance Vintage Poster Repro FREE S/H

eiffel tower Paris fashion week woman with peacock dress french poster wall decor 1932 Le Bon Ton Salon de la Mode via Etsy

eiffel tower Paris fashion week woman with peacock dress french poster wall decor 1932 Le Bon Ton Salon de la Mode via Etsy

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Moulin Rouge Vintage French Poster 95 x 145 by JohnKlineArtwork, $10.00
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EIFFEL TOWER Paris by Night french poster wall decor - ballet dancer, ballerina with parasol. $ 12.00.

EIFFEL TOWER Paris by Night french poster wall decor - ballet dancer, ballerina with parasol. $ 12.00.

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It has always been a marvel to me -- that French language; it has always been a puzzle to me. How beautiful that language is! How expressive it seems to be! How full of grace it is! And when it comes from lips like those [of Sarah Bernhardt], how eloquent and how limpid it is! And, oh, I am always deceived--I always think I am going to understand it. - Mark Twain, a Biography

It has always been a marvel to me -- that French language; it has always been a puzzle to me. How beautiful that language is! How expressive it seems to be! How full of grace it is! And when it comes from lips like those [of Sarah Bernhardt], how eloquent and how limpid it is! And, oh, I am always deceived--I always think I am going to understand it. - Mark Twain, a Biography

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