Known as the father of the up to date poster, Jules Cheret (1836 – 1932) was once a French painter and lithographer. He worked on the whole lot from theater to advertising. The use of only her last name Lily de Lidia graced probably the most hottest music-hall stages of the day with her ‘gommeuse’ (double-jointed) act. This poster announces Lidia’s appearance on the out of doors Alcazar d’Ete. Cheret depicts the artiste. In a half-length view that’s rare for him. Her expression is winsome, the creamy expanse of her décolletage appealing, and the overall design full of movement, from the sweeping ribbons of her hat to the swaying letters of her name.
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Country of Origin: United States
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Package weight: 16.0 lb