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  • 1906 La Vie Parisienne "Riviera" Print
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    1906 La Vie Parisienne "Riviera" Print
    Original double page spread taken from the February 1906 issue of French periodical La Vie Parisienne. This art deco cartoon titled "Riviera ", was illustrated by "MICH (Michel Liebeaux, 1881-1923). This is an actual spread taken from the antique magazine, so there is a faint crease down the center from where the magazine was bound during production, and minor ware around the edges. Other than that the print is in excellent condition. Mich’s main clients were the bicycle and auto industries at the beginning of the Twentieth Century (see Nos. 106-108), and in the 1912 Salon des Humoristes, he exhibited fifty sporting designs. His drawings also filled the pages of L’Auto, L’Echo de Paris and La Vie Parisienne. His two lithographic fortes are combined in this insert from the Revue des Arts Graphique that clearly, crisply and fashionably demonstrates just how much the automotive culture had become a part of the everyday “Parisian Life.” Of the many–and obviously well-known–personages admiring this revved-up scene are the sportsman Tristan Bernard and aviation pioneer Santos Dumon La Vie Parisienne (Parisian life) was a French weekly magazine founded in Paris in 1863 and was published without interruption until 1970. It was popular at the start of the 20th century. Originally it covered novels, sports, theater, music and the arts. In 1905 the magazine changed hands and the new editor Charles Saglio changed its format to suit the modern reader. It soon evolved into a mildly risqué erotic publication.
  • 1913 La Vie Parisienne "Fashionable Japanese Umbrella" Print
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    1913 La Vie Parisienne "Fashionable Japanese Umbrella" Print
    Original double page spread taken from the September 1913 issue of the French periodical "La Vie Parisienne". Illustrated by French artist Rene Prejelan (1877-1968); a prominent French illustrator, cartoonist and poster artist in the early 20th century. This is an actual page taken from the 100+ year old magazine, so there is a faint crease down the center from where the magazine was folded during production. Excellent condition with minor ware around the edges. * La Vie Parisienne (Parisian life) was a French weekly magazine founded in Paris in 1863 and was published without interruption until 1970. It was popular at the start of the 20th century. Originally it covered novels, sports, theater, music and the arts. In 1905 the magazine changed hands and the new editor Charles Saglio changed its format to suit the modern reader. It soon evolved into a mildly risqué erotic publication.
  • 1913 La Vie Parisienne Prints by Prejelan - Set of 6
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    1913 La Vie Parisienne Prints by Prejelan - Set of 6
    Set of six original boudoir illustration prints taken from issues of the French periodical "La Vie Parisienne" magazine published throughout the year 1913. All six are illustrated by French artist Rene Prejelan (1877-1968); a prominent French illustrator, cartoonist and poster artist in the early 20th century. These are actual pages taken from the 100+ year old magazine. All are in excellent-very good condition with minor ware around the edges. All flaws will be covered if these are framed. One of the prints has some creasing (see pics). Each print measures 10"W x 13"H. La Vie Parisienne (Parisian life) was a French weekly magazine founded in Paris in 1863 and was published without interruption until 1970. It was popular at the start of the 20th century. Originally it covered novels, sports, theater, music and the arts. In 1905 the magazine changed hands and the new editor Charles Saglio changed its format to suit the modern reader. It soon evolved into a mildly risqué erotic publication.
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