The Russian-born, Paris-bred artist Erté (Romain de Tirtoff) is recognized as one of the foremost fashion and theatrical designers of the twentieth century. In 1968, when he produced his first lithographs, art lovers discovered that he had found another medium suited to his extraordinary talents... read more
ErtÚ's Theatrical Costumes in Full Color by ErtÚ Spanning the years 1911 to 1975, the 49 theatrical creations selected for this volume include costumes for personalities, Folies-Bergère shows, editions of George White's Scandals, and ballets. 49 plates. Captions.
ErtÚ's Fashion Designs by ErtÚ Splendid selection of 218 black-and-white inventions from legendary designer's productions for Harper's Bazar, 1918–32. Also 8 pages of full-color covers, originals now prized collector's items. Captions. Publisher's Note.
ErtÚ Fashions Coloring Book by ErtÚ, Marty Noble Thirty lovely Art Deco costumes by the influential Russian-born designer: exotic garments accented with turbans and shawls, a dancer's attire made up of flowing ribbons, and more.
ErtÚ Postcards in Full Color by ErtÚ 24 exquisite masterpieces by the greatest theatrical and fashion illustrator of the 20th century are reproduced in full color in postcard form for mailing. "Harlequin," "Oriental Tale," "Stolen Kisses" and more.
ErtÚ Fashion Paper Dolls of the Twenties by ErtÚ Celebrated fashion designer personally supervised adaptation of his striking designs for this set of 6 paper dolls with 43 costumes in full color. Svelte and elegant gowns, coats, hats, and accessories for every season.
Phobia: An Art Deco Graphic Masterpiece by John Vassos, David A. Beronń Hailed as a masterpiece of psychological insight by doctors and the general public alike, this 1931 creation by a leading Art Deco designer offers striking depictions of 24 common fears.
Graphic Works of Max Klinger by Max Klinger Reproduced directly from original portfolio editions, these 74 etchings by a precursor of the Surrealist movement portray fantasies about love and death, sexual psychoses, fetish obsessions, and bizarre nightmares.
Une Semaine De BontÚ: A Surrealistic Novel in Collage by Max Ernst The great surrealist's 1934 collage masterpiece features 182 bizarre, darkly humorous scenes of violent dreams and erotic fantasies. "One of the clandestine classics of our century."— The New York Times.
Etchings of James McNeill Whistler by James McNeill Whistler, Maria Naylor 149 outstanding black-and-white etchings and drypoint, most in their original size. Popular individual prints include "Portrait of Whistler," "Old Battersea Bridge," "Nocturne," plus complete French set, Thames set, and two Venice sets.
101 Great Samurai Prints by Utagawa Kuniyoshi, John Grafton Kuniyoshi was a master of the warrior woodblock print — and these 18th-century illustrations represent the pinnacle of his craft. Full-color portraits of renowned Japanese samurais pulse with movement, passion, and remarkably fine detail.
120 Audubon Bird Prints CD-ROM and Book by John James Audubon Adventurer and artistic genius, Audubon is renowned for his paintings of nearly every North American bird species. This splendid collection spotlights his best known and most beautiful portraits, reproduced in full color.
120 Hiroshige Woodblock Prints CD-ROM and Book by Ando Hiroshige, John Riess Woodblock prints from some of the celebrated artist's best-known works include scenes from One Hundred Famous Views of Edo and The Sixty-Nine Stations of the Kisokaido.
Hokusai's Woodblock Prints: 24 Art Cards by Katsushika Hokusai Featuring "The Great Wave" from Thirty-six Views of Mt. Fuji,these 19th-century landscapes and portraits of geishas and samurai continue to inspire and influence viewers.
Posada's Popular Mexican Prints by JosÚ Posada Nearly 275 great 19th-century woodcuts: crimes, miracles, skeletons, ads, portraits, news cuts. Table of contents includes Calaveras; Disasters; National Events; Religion and Miracles; Don Chepito Marihuano; Chapbook Covers; Chapbook Illustrations; and Everyday Life.
Prints and Drawings of Kńthe Kollwitz by Kńthe Kollwitz, Carl Zigrosser Eighty-three moving works: The Weavers, The Peasant War, War, Death, and others. "To see the beautiful examples of her work reproduced . . . is to sit at the feet of a great modern master." — School Arts.
The Russian-born, Paris-bred artist Erté (Romain de Tirtoff) is recognized as one of the foremost fashion and theatrical designers of the twentieth century. In 1968, when he produced his first lithographs, art lovers discovered that he had found another medium suited to his extraordinary talents. This volume provides a fascinating sample of Erté's very best graphic work, offering every plate from his most popular collections: The Alphabet (1977); The Numerals (1968); The Aces (1974); The Precious Stones (1969); and The Seasons (1970). Each plate has been painstakingly reproduced from the autographed, limited-edition lithographs. A brief Preface offers bibliographic data.
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