La Guirlande Album mensuel d'Art et de Littérature  1919

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N. Vallee
L'Heure du Bain
à la Piscine du "Claridge"
LGU46 $185
LGU47 $185
Robe du soir
de la maison Jenny
LGU48 $225
Un peu de Musique dans un Parc
LGU49 $125
Holà! Monsieur le Barbaresque!
LGU50 $145
Voisins de Diligence
LGU51 $125
E. Blanche
Dobbs Tailleur
LGU52 $165
LGU53 $125
M. Bonnette
A Chamonix
Maurice Taquoy
Habillés par Barclay
LGU55 $145
Maurice Taquoy
Barclay "Paris"
LGU56 $145
Habillés par Barclay
LGU57 $125
Maurice Taquoy
Barclay "Nice"
LGU58 $145
M Cadogan
Au beau temps des Tuileries
LGU59 $125
De l'été à l'automne
LGU60 $135
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La Guirlande. Album mensuel d'Art et de Littérature Original Pochoir Prints 1919

We were thrilled to discover an almost complete set of this rare and highly decorative art deco periodical, Brunelleschi's La Guirlande album mensuel d'art et littérature. Published in only 800 copies, of 11 issues total, it showcases all the notable artistic talents of the genre — Georges Barbier, Umberto Brunelleschi, Domergue, Cadogan, Bonnette, Blanche, A. Rome, Cito, Tacquoy, Wegener and more. Brunelleschi was the editor as well as contributing many illustrations and Jean Saude was responsible for the vibrant pochoir coloring. Both Barbier and Brunelleschi were at the height of their artistic life and La Guirlande reflects the strength of their talents.

George Barbier was truly a luminary of the time, becoming hugely successful in the world of design and haute couture fashion illustration, contributing to Vogue as well as Bon Ton and Journal des Dames. Brunelleschi worked in both illustration and stage design in Paris, including the Bon Ton Gazette & for the works notable authors such as Hans Christian Anderson.

Suffice it to say, that these prints are rare jewels, suitable for any modern lady’s boudoir and more, with a breathtaking beauty of colour and design. The paper is mostly creamy, with a few prints being somewhat darker, with edge toning on some which in no way detracts from their beauty. A few prints are on a different card stock from most. Each print measures approximately 6 3/4 inches by 10 1/2 with brilliant pochoir colours and no foxing.

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