Antique Pochoir Prints of Paris Fashion

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Subscription offer, 4 small pages 4 3/4 by 7 1/2 inches
GBT80 $35
Subscription to Bon Ton 4 5/8 by 7 1/2 inches
Restaurant Advertisement 3 1/2 by 5 1/2
GBT82 $
Apres L'Ondee by Alberto Fabio Lorenzi
GBT86A $155
L'Embarras Du Choix by Georges LePape
GBT83 $155
Robes De Garden-Party by Marcelle Pichon
GBT87 $135
La Robe Rose by Robert Dammy
GBT90 $165
La Derniere Rose by J. Gosse
GBT91 $145
Blanc Et Noir by J. Goge
GBT92 $145
Au Clair De La Lune by Georges LePape
GBT93 $155
Elle S'Appelle Manon by H. Robert Dammy
Le Jaloux by Georges LePape
De Ceci? De Ceci? De Ceci? Ou De Ceci?
by A. E. Marty
GBT96 $125
Le Lys Rouge by S. A. Puget
GBT97 $125
La Douce Nuit by A. E. Marty
GBT98 $125
A L'Oasis Ou La Voute Pneumatique
by A. E. Marty
Essence Mysterieuse Parfum by Felix Morioux
GBT100 $145
Danae by Charles Martin
GBT101 $125
La Belle Torquatienne by Charles Martin
GBT102 $125
Mirage by Mario Simon
GBT104A $95
La Morte D'Amour by Charles Martin
GBT105A $1255
Les Embarras De Paris by A.E. Marty
GBT107A $115
Gilles by Georges LePape
GBT103 $135
Rentrons by Paul Brissaud
GBT104 $135
Les Volia! A.E. Marty
GBT110A $125
La Bella Et La Bete by Charles Martin
GBT111A $145
Le Coup De Vent by H. Robert Dammy
GBT112A $115
L'Eventail D'Or by Georges LePape
GBT105 $125
1915 L'Ouragan by Georges LePape
GBT106 $125
Le Madras Jaune by Charles Martin
GBT115 $125
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Antique Pochoir Prints of Paris Fashion

We at Panteek are entranced by the beauty of these rare pochoir illustrations from the magazine Bon Ton Gazette, published by Lucien Vogel 1912-1925. As the editor and design genius of the Gazette du Bon Ton, Vogel created a publication that remains dazzling in it originality and artistry, and which led to his appointment as the art director of Vogue magazine.

Designed as a journal to appeal to the elite of Paris, full of high fashion plates and chatty articles on all aspects of life for the privileged, it transcends its mundane goals through the incredible quality of the publication from the high quality paper to the breath taking beauty of the prints and the high quality of the art throughout.
Here in the so called “forgotten years” of the 1920’s we see the art that evokes the whole gamut of that fabulously creative era in France, from the Impressionists and the Fauves to the Cubists, Belle Epoque, Art Nouveau & Deco periods.

The extravagantly vivid colours of the prints were created by the “pochoir” process, wherein single layers of color were added by hand to a lithograph using a stencil, in a precursor of the silk screening technique which is now widely used for art prints. Each print measures about 7 1/2 inches by 9 1/2 inches and is without foxing. On some, there is edge toning.

Many of the works of the fashion designers of the day were featured, including Worth, Lanvin, Pacquin and Poiret. The most notable artists utilized were Georges Barbier, Erte, Georges Lepape, Paul Iribe, Pierre Brissaud, Andre Marty, Felix Lorioux and Raoul Dufy along with many others. Some references cite Aubrey Beardsley as the source of the outlines & Leon Baskt for the colour. 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. His designs for the magazine, along with those of Lepape, are particularly prized.

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