Paris Poster
  1. Phyllis Lucas Gallery/Old Print Center

    Paris 1937 Jean Carlu Poster

    More Details Carlu's poster for the 1937 Paris International Exposition features the white profile of a face representing Paris in the foreground. Composing the background are the national flags of the participants of the 1937 gathering. Carlu started his career as a professional poster designer.
  2. One Kings Lane

    Jen Zahigian - Piled High Paris Art

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  3. McNaught Fine Art

    Winter in Paris - C. 1960 - McNaught Fine Art Art

    More Details A Modernist oil cityscape painting of busy figures walking down a snowy Parisian street beside warmly lit shop windows with a view towards an ancient triumphal arch in the background. Signed lower left, "Colbert" (20th century) and painted circa 1960. Minor age-toning; unframed.
  4. Christopher de Lotbinière's Rare Books

    The Poster

    More Details The Poster by Alain Weill. Boston: Hall and Co, 1985. First printing. A vast and learned history of the poster as art form, from the curator of the Poster Museum, in Paris. Weill traces the first emergence of printed bills in medieval Europe, through wars and revolutions to the modern triumph of advertising and commercials, from around the globe. 422 pages. Previous owner's name in ink.
  5. Foreign Affair International

    Italian Harbor by G. Petrașcu Art

    More Details Oil on board painting by Gheorghe Petrașcu (Romanian 1872-1949). Petrașcu attended the Julian Art School in Paris in the 1920s. He exhibited extensively in various European art galleries and museums. After his death, his works were exhibited at both the Paris International Art Exhibition and La Biennale in Venice, a first for a painter. Signed lower left.
  6. Foreign Affair International

    Still Life by G. Petrașcu Art

    More Details Oil on board still life painting by Gheorghe Petrașcu (Romanian, 1872-1949). He attended the Romanian Academy of Fine arts in Bucharest under the direct tutelage of the King of Romania. At the turn of the century, he moved to Paris where he studied under Paul Marsons. His works were exhibited posthumously at the Venice Biennale and the Paris International Art Exhibition. His works can be found in European museums. Signed lower right and dated 1920. ...
  7. Foreign Affair International

    Colorful Landscape by A. Baltatu Art

    More Details Work by Adam Baltatu. Baltatu was a Romanian artist born in 1899. He moved to Paris at an early age. He attended the Julian Academie where he immediately distinguished himself as a major talent. He is one of the few artists French or not to have a personal retrospective at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris. This work on on board is signed lower left. Highly indicative of Baltatu's impressionist work.
  8. McNaught Fine Art

    Sunlit Interior by Patricia Cunningham - McNaught Fine Art Art

    More Details Post-Impressionist interior view. Signed lower left "Patricia Cunningham" (American, 1907-1984) and painted circa 1965. Cunningham studied in Munich with Hans Hoffman and, later, in Paris with Andre l'Hote. She was a member of the Society of Western Artists and exhibited widely and with success including at the Golden Gate International Exposition (1941). Painting: 15.75"L x 21.75"H. Minor age-toning, minor marks. Unframed.
  9. McNaught Fine Art

    1950s Reclining Nude by Victor di Gesu - McNaught Fine Art Art

    More Details Watercolor painting of a reclining woman by Victor di Gesu (American, 1914-1988), circa 1955. Di Gesu estate stamp verso. Winner of the Prix Othon Friesz, Victor di Gesu studied in Paris with André L’Hote at the Académie de la Grande Chaumière and, later, in Rome and Barcelona. He exhibited with success worldwide, including at the Louvre, the San Francisco Museum of Art, and the Los Angeles County Museum. Minor corner creasing. Unframed.
  10. Foreign Affair International

    Still Life by Herbert Leonard Art

    More Details Oil on board still life painting by Herbert Leonard (French b. 1911). Originally from Aix-en-Provence, he moved to Dijon at an early age where he fell in love with nature. Known for his impasto style, Leonard gained notoriety at his personal exhibitions in Munich, Berlin, and Paris. Today, his works are present in European collections. Signed lower right.
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    Venice by R. Daranga Art

    More Details Oil on board painting of Venice by Radu Daranga (Romanian b. 1944). Signed lower right. Daranga earned a scholarship at the art institute in Bucharest where he studied under professor Artvin Avachian. Daranga had private exhibitions in Hexagon-Paris in 1988 and 1991, Tavery France in 1993, Versailles in 1995, and Wurzburg Germany in 1997.