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The main recognized creative compilation ever made up of the good age of the poster, that includes works by way of approximately a hundred artists, between them Cheret, Toulouse-Lautrec, Bonnard, Mucha, Beardsley, Parrish, Grasset, Penfield, Steinlen, many extra. complete colour, huge structure, one poster in keeping with web page, vast documentation.

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ADOLPH WILLETTE (French; 1857–1926) Plates 14, forty three, 142, 194, bonus plates D, ok Painter, draftsman, printmaker, author; contributor to humor and satire magazines; many posters, ebook illustrations. RUDOLF WITZEL (German; born 1867): Plate 164. Painter and poster artist lively in Munich from 1890 on; contributed to the well-known illustrated journal Jugend. CHARLES H(ERBERT) WOODBURY (American; 1864–1940): Plates 32, 112. Painter, etcher; studied in Paris; works obtained by means of many American museums 1 Jules Chéret 2 Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec three Julius cost four Dudley Hardy five Jules Chéret 6 Henri-Gabriel Ibels 7 Georges Meunier eight Louis Rhead nine Jules Chéret 10 Georges de Feure eleven Lucien Lefèvre 12 Armand Rassenfosse thirteen Jules Chéret 14 Adolphe Willette 15 F-A. Cazals sixteen The Beggarstaffs 17 Jules Chéret 18 Eugène Grasset 19 Ferdinand Bac 20 Edward Penfield 21 Jules Chéret 22 Lucien Métivet 23 Maurice Réalier-Dumas 24 Maurice Greiffenhagen 25 Jules Chéret 26 Maurice Boutet de Monvel 27 Alphonse Maria Mucha 28 Edouard Duyck and Adolphe Crespin 29 Jules Chéret 30 Albert Guillaume 31 Georges Meunier 32 Charles H. Woodbury 33 Jules Chéret 34 Théophile-Alexandre Steinlen 35 friend (Jean de Paleologu) 36 Arthur W Dow 37 Jules Chéret 38 Pierre Bonnard 39 Gaston Noury forty Henri Meunier forty-one Jules Chéret forty two Eugène Grasset forty three Adolphe Willette forty four William Carqueville forty five Jules Chéret forty six Théophile-Alexandre Steinlen forty seven Firmin Bouisset forty eight Dudley Hardy forty nine Jules Chéret 50 Eugène Grasset fifty one Jean-Louis Forain fifty two Will Bradley fifty three Jules Chéret fifty four Pierre Puvis de Chavannes fifty five Lucien Lefèvre fifty six Voytech Hynais fifty seven Jules Chéret fifty eight Etienne Moreau-Nélaton fifty nine Auguste Donnay 60 Alice R Glenny sixty one Jules Chéret sixty two Georges Meunier sixty three The Beggarstaffs sixty four Alejandro de Riquer sixty five Jules Chéret sixty six F. Hugo d’Alési sixty seven Joseph Sattler sixty eight Otto Fischer sixty nine Jules Chéret 70 Caran d’Ache seventy one Leo Gausson seventy two Giovanni Mataloni seventy three Jules Chéret seventy four Carlos Schwabe seventy five Roedel seventy six M. Louise Stowell seventy seven Jules Chéret seventy eight Henri-Gabriel Ibels seventy nine Albert George Morrow eighty Fernand Toussaint eighty one Jules Chéret eighty two Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec eighty three Henri Gerbault eighty four Paul Fischer eighty five Jules Chéret 86 Misti 87 Frank Hazenplug 88 Privat Livemont 89 Jules Chéret ninety Lucien Lefèvre ninety one Adolphe Crespin ninety two Dudley Hardy ninety three Jules Chéret ninety four Alphonse Maria Mucha ninety five Théophile-Alexandre Steinlen ninety six Hyland Ellis ninety seven Jules Chéret ninety eight Eugène Grasset ninety nine Ethel Reed a hundred Václav Oliva one hundred and one Jules Chéret 102 Henri-Gabriel Ibels 103 Jules-Alexandre Grün 104 Privat Livemont one hundred and five Jules Chéret 106 Maurice Boutet de Monvel 107 The Beggarstaffs 108 Emile Berchmans 109 Jules Chéret a hundred and ten Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec 111 Maurice Réalier-Dumas 112 Charles H.

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