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  • 1921 Austrian Art Deco Poster
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    1921 Austrian Art Deco Poster
    1921 Austrian Art Deco poster by Julius Klinger, Wiener Internationale Messe. Julius Klinger was an Austrian artist of Jewish descent who had, in Vienna in 1923, an art school and studio where he and his students taught graphic and marketing design. Klinger is considered by many to be the father of what is now commonly termed 'branding': using graphics and graphic design to convey the message of the brand, and to create 'brand equity' therein. Klinger was the first to use a logo not only on a product itself, but also on buildings, billboards and advertisements - essentially creating a lasting and unforgettable image of a brand for consumers. In Klinger's 1923 presentation of his studio and its designs, he wrote: "The moving spirit of Vienna poster-designers whose work is reproduced in this production, is Julius Klinger, at once the oldest and best known among them. For more than a quarter of a century he has devoted himself to this special line of art; he was twenty when he began and is now forty-eight. From the first he gave up all his time and thought to his work, for he is a poster-designer body and soul. His entire cosmos is bound up with it. America is the land of his heart's desire. But for him America is but a theoretical conception for he has never had the good luck to see it for himself and experience its life. It may be that just for this reason his longings are the more intense. America as he conceives it means spacious style, World Power and an eye for the future. Klinger's posters bear relation to life as it really is. He knows that in the poster, this intellectual artifice, he can express the most trivial things of everyday life. This belief has enabled him to gather around him a number of congenial spirits and his Americanized ideas in weary, stale Europe are finding more and more supporters. Klinger is not unknown in America. His posters have been frequently reproduced there and have gained much appreciation from connoisseurs for the purity of their lines." Klinger's designs are irreverent, charming, and in some cases, not a little bit naughty. We love them all...
  • Suzanne Meunier 1921 LaVie Parisienne Les Bibelots d'une Garçonnière Print
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    Suzanne Meunier 1921 LaVie Parisienne Les Bibelots d'une Garçonnière Print
    Original print published in a 1921 issue of the French periodical "La Vie Parisienne" magazine, illustrated by Suzanne Meunier(1888-1974). Suzanne Meunier one of the few female artists creating etchings in the Boudoir style. It's unsurprisingly a male dominated genre, this is a very 19th century attitude when the men were free to study the female form whilst the ladies were left studying flowers. This is the original page taken directly from the 100+ year old magazine, not a reproduction. Page shows some minor wear around the edges but is overall in "very good" condition especially considering its age. BUY 3 GET 1 FREE: All French periodical clippings are buy 3 get 1 free! Included in this sale are prints issued in Fantasio, Le Sourire, La Vie Parisienne, and Delineator and pertain to listings containing one single print. Listings that have multiple prints for one sale price count as a single if applied to this sale. Message me or contact support@chairish.com with any questions. TO REDEEM YOUR FREE PRINT: Just message me through the comments section of the print you would like as your free bonus after your order for 3 prints has been placed and I will be sure to include it with your order. Shipping will be combined and balance will be refunded to your card.
  • Original 1921 European Nude Illustration
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    Original 1921 European Nude Illustration
    From a delightful publication printed in Germany in 1921, this voluptuous nude invites your attention while coyly shielding her eyes. Beautifully double matted and ready to frame. Image measures 4.5 x 5.5 inches, matted to an external size 0f 11 x 14 inches.
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