Signed and numbered Jean-Gabriel DOMERGUE ( 1889-1962 ) nude lady painting Domergue is a world renowned artist and is responsible for some of the greatest posters of the art deco era. This original has been signed in pencil by the artist and numbered XV/XXV. Member of the Académie des beaux-arts (Academy of Fine Arts) and elected to board in 1950. In France, and in fact much of Europe posters became a work of art that transformed the streets, tunnels and underground of Paris into the "art galleries of the street." So profound was their commercial success that their art was in great demand and theatre stars personally selected their own favorite artist to do the poster for an upcoming performance.These illustrations were published for a book called "les Oraisons Amoureuses" in 1951 by Manuel Robbe. I don't know the edition size of this book, I do know that the editor printed 25 extra set of the "eaux-fortes", each signed in pencil by the artist and numbered.
CONDITION: In superb condition and ready to be framed.
SIZE: Each of the three examples of his work that I am offering are 28 cm x 22.5 cm.
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