|Artist: Roedel French
Plate: PL. 235
|Title: Salon de la Mode|
Condition A. Original lithograph from
"Les Maitre de L'Affiches" series. |
by Imprimerie Chaix, Paris, 1900.
Presented in 16 x 20 in. acid free, archival museum mat, with framing
labels. Ready to frame. Shipped boxed flat.
Certificate of Authenticity.
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|Maitre Sheet Size:||11 3/8 in x
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| ||29 cm x 40 cm|
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Roedel designed this poster to promote "The National Fashion Salon" sponsored
by the Fashion division of the Petit Journal, at the palace of Fine Arts in Paris.
Dressed in the latest fashions of the day we find two ladies. One in a billowing
red dress, is having her hair tied up by the other, who is wearing a floral green
design. The seated lady is reading a programme titled "Beauty advice by Lentheric."
Roedel was a caricaturist, illustrator, watercolorist, and lithographer. He aligned
himself in Paris with a group of artists of Montemarte such as Willette, Leandre
and Caran d'Ache, supplied drawings for Le Courrier Français (see
PL. 49) and produced posters, mostly for the local cabarets and theatres.