1912 Bon Ton Gazette Original Pochoir Fashion Print Woman Behind Screen, Faivre
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The Bon Ton Gazette was published by Lucien Vogel 1912-1928. 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
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.
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.
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