Gravure Art Deco Maurice Millière Portrait Femme Sensuelle Banquette 4/5 1912
Original engraving old aquatint in colors on paper fixed under pass. Portrait of a sensual woman sitting on a bench. She wears hat and fur. Date: 20th century, 1910s, dated 1912. Style: art nouveau, art deco. Format : 43 x 53 cm image à vue, 62 x 72,3 cm total with pass. Signature: the engraving is signed in pencil at the bottom right. Numbering / justification: the engraving is a numbered iv/v pencil proof at the bottom left. State of conservation: good condition, signs of use, small foxes in high part (see photos). "From 1917, maurice millière published numerous representations of women in small outfits: first in fantasio (1917), then bagatelles, Parisian life, frou-frou, smile, gai-paris, etc.
Contemporaneous with those of louis icart, his "little women" will experience an important success outside the france: during the 1920s, American periodicals reimprimriously his creations, as well as those of suzanne miller or georges léonnec, other cartoonists of female figures, then associated with the "gai paris", in other words the district of Montmartre and its numerous cabarets. The small women of millère are a source of inspiration for alberto vargas and enoch bolles, prefigurators of the "pin-up style". This item is in the category "art, antiques\art of xxe, contemporary\prints, engravings". The seller is "vintage-art-and-lifestyle" and is located in this country: en.
This item can be shipped to the following country: whole world.
- style: 1910
Unit quantity: 1
- characteristics: under pass everywhere, signed, numbered
- period: xxeme and contemporary
- genre: art deco
- theme: portrait, self-portrait
- support: on paper