"Aux Buttes Chaumont 1899" by Jules Cheret - Gold Leaf Mahogany Framed Limited Edition Lithograph $1,795
Aux Buttes Chaumont 1899 Limited Edition Print by Jules Cheret
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Jules Cheret

"Aux Buttes Chaumont 1899"

  • Limited Edition Print : Lithograph in Colors With Raised Chop Mark Was Printed By Imprimerie Chaix

    Size : 15.94x11.61 in  |  40x29 cm
    Framed : 24.11x16.04 in  |  61x41 cm
    Edition : Not Numbered

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Year1899
Estate SignedLower Right 
Condition Excellent 
Framed with PlexiglassGold Leaf/Mahogany 
Purchased fromGallery 1996 
Provenance / HistoryChabot Gallery, Campbell, CA 
Story / Additional InfoThe father of modern poster art and a critical figure in the development of the French Belle Époque style, Jules Chéret was the first artist to work with color lithography. Finding little success in France due in part to inadequate printing technology, Chéret moved to London and began designing perfume packaging for Rimmel during the 1860s. 
Certificate of AuthenticityChabot Gallery 
LID156204
Jules Cheret - France

Art Brokerage: Jules Cheret French Artist: B. 1836-1932: Cheret's importance is artistic, technical, and social. His innovations in lithography paved the way for the ascendence of the poster and the lithographic print in the late 1800s. The poster as historical artifact has both defined and immortalized an era. He was awarded the Légion d'honneur by the French Government in 1890 for his outstanding contributions to the graphic arts. Although his paintings earned him a certain respect, it was his work creating advertising posters, taken on just to pay his bills but eventually his dedication, for which he is remembered today. In 1933 he was honored with a posthumous exhibition of his work at the prestigious Salon d'Automne in Paris. Over the years, Chéret's posters became much sought after by collectors from around the world. He has been called the father to the modern poster. Listings wanted.

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