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  • Kandice Dickinson

    George Barbier (1882-1932) - French Art Deco Fashion Illustrator - L'orgueil

  • Sabrena

    art deco fashion drawings -

  • Lois Batson

    George Barbier L'Orgueil (Pride) Pochoir An original, hand-coloured, plate-signed pochoir print from Falbalas & Fanfreluches (1925 - The Seven Deadly Sins series), George Barbier's tour de force for publisher Meynial of Paris (drawn and dated by Barbier in 1924). This series of illustrated almanacs was produced from 1922 to 1926 only and depicted life in the fashion, social and artistic capital of the early inter-war years.

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