Erte Classic Art Deco Print "Four" & "Five" [1968] The Numerals series vintage book page
Erte Classic Art Deco Print "Four" & "Five" [1968] The Numerals series vintage book page

Erte Classic Art Deco Print "Four" & "Five" [1968] The Numerals series vintage book page

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A classic Erte Art Deco print. Authentic vintage book plate, not a reproduction, in excellent vintage condition. No tears or writing or folds.


Measures: The publisher of this title published in two sizes, you will receive one of the following depending upon inventory availability: (If you order multiple prints from this title, we will ship all prints ordered in the same size.)


Full page size - 9 x 12 inches or 8 x 11 inches tall


Illustration(s) - approx. 7.5 x 10.6 inches or 6.5 x 9.6 inches respectively


Please note: This is an authentic old vintage print, not a reprint or reproduction. It may have some signs of age, but this adds to the unique charm. The image(s) may not be centered on the page and there may be text below the illustrations detailing what the image is. Erté is perhaps most famous for his elegant fashion designs which capture the art deco period in which he worked. One of his earliest successes was designing apparel for the French dancer Gaby Deslys who died in 1920. His delicate figures and sophisticated, glamorous designs are instantly recognizable, and his ideas and art still influence fashion into the 21st century. His costumes, programme designs, and sets were featured in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1923, many productions of the Folies Bergère, and George White's Scandals. On Broadway, the celebrated French chanteuse Irène Bordoni wore Erté's designs ********************************************************************


SHIPPING: Your prints will be shipped in a sturdy kraft mailing tube, by First Class Mail within 1-2 business days, usually within 24 hours. Combined Shipping: Buy 1+ Prints & Additional Prints Ship-for-Free (You only pay shipping for first print)