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Original page plate advertisement of renowned French publication “La Vie Parisienne”. Published between 1863 and 1970 with heavy influences of the Art Deco movement. Having been strongly advised to avoid the publication, It became increasingly popular with American soldiers during the war.


10th Feburary 1923. Illustrated by Milliere - who had an undeniable success in the commercial field. He was awarded a gold medal in 1931 at the L'Exposition Coloniale. Millière played an important role in establishing the genre of boudoir art. He died in 1946 at the age of 74.


Titled "a carnival queen" and captioned "we say that a snake lost our grandmother I don't know if the story is true or legendary but for girls today it is certain that a coil is enough " ... 

Carnaval Queen - La Vie Parisienne Original Page plate. 1923

  • 35cm by 27cm

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