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Fetes de Nice

"Fêtes de Nice", 1907 by Jules Chért, Poster. The Industrial Revolution in France and the rise of the poster.

Jules Chéret is considered the "father" of advertisement posters. He was also the first to use the feminine image as an advertising ploy. Chéret's laughing and provocative feminine figures, often called "Chérettes," meant a new conception of art as being of service to advertising.The industry soon attracted the service of many aspiring painters who needed a source of revenue to support themselves.

Musee Grevin, Pantomimes Lumineuses, Theatre Optique de E. Reynard by Jules Cheret, 1892 Detroit Institute of Arts

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Folies Bergères, Emilienne d'Alençon  Jules Cheret  Date: 1900  Style: Art Nouveau (Modern)  Genre: poster

Shop Vintage belle epoque French music hall ad Cheret Postcard created by aapshop.

Casino de Paris.  'La Grande Revue'  http://www.vintagevenus.com.au/products/vintage_poster_print-ent229

Such a cool vintage poster! Loving the color contrast. Casino de Paris La Grande Revue Dancer Showgirl by Girbal Vintage Poster Print

Jules Chéret

Folies-Bergère — music-hall/cabaret posters from the late century

Jules Chéret - Reproduction of a poster advertising an 'Exhibition of the Paintings and Drawings of A. Willette (18

Offered in Catawiki's Poster auction: Jules Chéret (artist)-'Exposition Advertising poster from the French series 'Les Affiches Illustrées’.

Aux Buttes Chaumont (1888)

138824 Reproduction of a poster advertising 'New Year Gifts at the Buttes Chaumont', Boulevard de la Villette, Paris, 1889

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Reproduction of a poster advertising a 'Student Gala Evening', at the Bullier Room, Closerie des Lilas, 1894 - Jules Cheret