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Lithograph by Major Felten, 1931

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Lithograph by Major Felten, 1931 Lithograph by Major Felten, 1931
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Illustration by Major Felten (1904-1975) for Baudelaire's "Les Fleurs Du Mal" published by Ives Washburn, New York, 1931, titled The Flowers of Evil, which T. S. Eliot called the greatest example of modern poetry in any language, shocked the literary world of nineteenth-century France. The volume was seized by the police, and Baudelaire and his publisher were tried for offense to public decency. Image size: 7" x 8 3/4"; mounted; unframed.

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DNU - Moore About...Design
DNU - Moore About...Design

Whether quirky or elegant, treasures rich with inherent beauty and tales to tell is the hallmark of Moore About Design. African fertility fetishes, European bronzes, and maniacally laughing figures made from kelp vie for attention in a collection that seems curated by a bipolar heiress. Known for marrying objects normally not invited to the same party, designer Dawn Moore is a lifelong collector raised by lifelong collectors and continues to be inspired by travels in her 1959 Corvette.

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Product Information

Style:
Art Deco
Materials:
lithograph on paper
Size:
10" L x 8" W
Color/Finish:
ecru/black