French Art-Deco fashion print, original framed print from The Journal des dames et des modes (the Parisian costumes), 1913.
French Art-Deco fashion print, original framed print from The Journal des dames et des modes (the Parisian costumes), 1913.
French Art-Deco fashion print, original framed print from The Journal des dames et des modes (the Parisian costumes), 1913.
French Art-Deco fashion print, original framed print from The Journal des dames et des modes (the Parisian costumes), 1913.
French Art-Deco fashion print, original framed print from The Journal des dames et des modes (the Parisian costumes), 1913.
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French Art-Deco fashion print, original framed print from The Journal des dames et des modes (the Parisian costumes), 1913.

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Original print in color, printed on laid paper, signed lower right of the board. French Fashion Prints by Costumes Parisiens, one of the first French fashion magazines, published a few days before the famous ”Gazette du bon ton” and bringing together the greatest French artists of the Art Deco movement.

This print is from Costumes Parisians Fashion illustration No.102 from Journal des dames et des modes, 1913 - Robe de linon à double tunique de tulle brodé by Victor Lhuer (1876-1952).

A perfect illustration for The French Belle Epoque, Art Deco lovers. A beautiful item to display in a dressing or at a fashion shop.

The Journal des dames et des modes (the Parisian costumes) is an illustrated French fashion magazine founded in June 1912 and disappeared in August 1914. The title is taken from a French fashion periodical, founded in 1797 by the bookseller Sellèque, taken over in 1801 by Pierre Antoine Leboux de La Mésangère, and disappeared in 1839.

As did other newspapers of the same period, this one, founded by Angonini, borrowed its title from an old publication, the Journal des dames et des modes, later called Gazette des salons, which appeared from September 1797 to January 1839.
The duration of publication was exceptional for the time: it was due to the quality of the texts and illustrations, as well as to the value of the collaborators. In 1912, the new review took over not only the title of this old periodical, but also its format (which is almost identical) and the header of each plate (which bears the title “Parisian costume”).

This periodical appeared every ten days, on the 1st, 10th and 20th of each month. It contained advertisements, opinion pieces, anecdotes, descriptions of the most current fashion, advertisements for luxury brands, restaurants, hotels or cultural activities, as well as engravings. This newspaper had for readers rich and cultured idlers, but its speech was not lacking in critical distance, humor and irony. The print run was limited to 1279 copies. It was a luxury publication, as indicated by the mention of numbered copies. Subscribers received the issues every ten days and could have them bound by year.
The publishers were in charge of the binding. They offered several models and the "amateurs" could choose the one they preferred.
However, the start of the war, in September 1914, brought an abrupt halt to everything related to fashion: the publication of the Journal des Dames et des Modes stopped in August 1914.

Dimensions:
The lithograph: 14.5 x 22.5 cm (5.5" x 8.6")
The frame: 26.5 x 33 cm (10.4" x 13")

Condition:
Minor scratches on the glass surface of the frame as well as on metal with some discoloration.
The work can not be examined outside its frame but appears to be in good condition with some minor stains due to its age. Please look at the pictures carefully (zoom in) to assess the condition of the item.

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