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"Salon des Cent"


Georges De Feure
15 3/4'' x 11 3/8''

Original chromo-lithograph from Les Maîtres de l'Affiche, Plate 10.

Located on the premises of the Parisian magazine La Plume, the Salon des Cent commissioned some of the most important artists of the Belle Époque to create posters for their exhibitions, including Alphonse Mucha several times. De Feure had a tendency to place his women in solitary situations, creating intimate tableaus of them and their surroundings. Dressed in a pale purple, a network of outlines and drapery in a similarly hued orange unites this woman, the same color as her hair. She, calmly luminous against her outer furnishings, and dramatically rendered in rust and black, examines the delicate petals of a single white flower. De Feure was a protégé of Siegfried Bing, the German art dealer who was instrumental in developing Art Nouveau into an all-encompassing style. Like De Feure’s other lithographs, this poster extends the style’s vocabulary to include its own exquisite mood and imagery.



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