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Art Deco and Pochoir Prints

'Pochoir', literally translated from the French to mean 'stencil', is a printing method caricaturised by its clean lines and stunningly vibrant colours. Regularly used for French fashion journals of the early 20th century it is most commonly associated with the Art Nouveau and Art Deco movements.
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Gerda Wegener La Jolie Cueillette. Original pochoir print for 'La Guirlande', printed by Francois Bernouard, coloured by Jean Saude, No. 298 from an Edition of 800, Part 6, printed in Paris, 1919.

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BRUNELLESCHI, U. The Curtain. An original hand-coloured pochoir for 'La Lecon d'Amour Dans un Parc' by Rene Bolesve. Limited edition of 450. Paris c.1920.

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Gerda Wegener Le Retour de Vespasien An original hand-coloured pochoir for 'sur Talons Rouges' published in limited edition of 450 by Briffaut, Paris c.1920

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Brunelleschi La Guirlande (Title page) Original pochoir print for 'La Guirlande', printed by Francois Bernouard, coloured by Jean Saude, No. 298 from an Edition of 800, Part 6, printed in Paris, 1919.

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BARBIER, Georges. Travestissement d'apres Longhi [fancy-dress]. (Robe de damas galonnee de blanc sur laquelle on jettera une baute de taffetas noir et de dentelle) Original pochoir print for Costumes Parisiens, Paris, 1913. #masqueradeball

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Brunelleschi Hola! Monsieur le Barbaresque! Original pochoir print for 'La Guirlande', printed by Francois Bernouard, coloured by Jean Saude, No567 from an Edition of 800, Part 6, printed in Paris, 1919.

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BARBIER, Georges. Costume Plate, garden scene. Original pochoir print, depicting an Orientalist garden scene, France 1921.

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BRUNELLESCHI, U. La Lecon d'Amour Dans un Parc. An original hand-coloured pochoir for 'La Lecon d'Amour Dans un Parc' by Rene Bolesve. Limited edition of 450. Paris c.1920.

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MARTIN, Charles. La Belle et la Bete. (Matinee) Original pochoir print for the Gazette du Bon Ton, Paris, c.1920.

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BARBIER, Georges. Costume Plate, forest scene. Original pochoir print, depicting a forest fairy-tale scene, France 1921.

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