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The Gentleman's Library, 20 Jun 2012, New York, United States
Poster Frame-Black, Hats Poster, Vintage Poster, Mossant Hats, Graphics Design, French Poster, Leonetto Cappiello, Prints, Art Deco
A collection of Vintage Prints and Posters from the early 1900's, Art Deco to Pop Art.
MOSSANT by Leonetto Cappiello, 1938 One of Cappiello's classic designs; a welcoming vintage poster for the Mossant hat company showing the correct way to doff three types of hats.
Amazon.com - Vintage French Advertising "Mossant" Hats Poster Reproduction Leonetto Cappiello - 1938 - 24x36" - Prints
Art Auction, Art Sales Auct, Century Decor, Motors Cars, 20Th Century, Bonham Fine, Decor Art
See highlights from Bonhams' 20th Century Decorative Arts auction
The Scream sells for 119.9 Million from a phone bidder WOW Scream :)
Edvardmunch, Auction, Artists, The Scream, Modern Art, New York, Paintings, Most Expensive, Edvard Munch
Edvard Munch's painting "The Scream" sold at Sotheby's in New York for $119.9 million on Wednesday night. The amount is a record for a work of art sold at auction. The version of "The Scream" sold is one of four painted between 1893 and 1910, and is one of the best-known images in modern art.
"The Scream", by Norwegian Expressionist artist Edvard Munch set a new world's record as the most expensive work of art when it sold for 120 million dollars US at auction at Sotheby's in New York.
Artnet Auctions Eugene Atget, Corsets, 1912
Paris, Shops Window, Boulevard De, Corsets Shops, Eugene Atget, Vintage Photo, Photography, Eugen Atget, Strasbourg
Jean-Eugène-Auguste Atget, French, 1857–1927, Boulevard de Strasbourg (Corsets), 1912, For almost three decades, the former actor Eugene Atget systematically, often serially, documented everything about Paris that seemed to be vanishing with the encroachments of modernization. Impeccably composed, with rich and varied textures and forms, his images range from unpeopled streets, parks, and monuments to cafes, street vendors, and shop windows. Rows of hourglass-shaped busts emerge out of darkness
Paris Hotel Boutique Diario --- vintage photo of corset shop
Eugène Atget: Boulevard de Strasbourg, Corsets, Paris, 1912 In Atget’s inventory of Paris, shop windows figure prominently and the most arresting feature mannequin displays. In the 1920s the Surrealists recognized in Atget a kindred spirit and reproduced a number of his photographs in their journals and reviews. Antiquated mannequins such as the ones depicted here struck them as haunting, dreamlike analogues to the human form.
Included in the upcoming exhibition: "French Twist: Masterworks of Photography from Atget to May Ray" at the Delaware Art Museum. Inspiration for "An Evening in Paris" party! "Boulevard de Strasbourg, Corsets," 1912 Eugène Atget (1857–1957) Printing‐out paper, 8 3/4 x 7 inches Collection of Michael Mattis and Judith Hochberg
corset shop on boulevard de strasbourg, paris. 1912. shot by eugene atget.
Not auctions again but what could be better than a Paris Flea Market...