A gorgeous original Art Deco print depicting a stylish woman modeling the latest fashions of 1925, featuring a black and white floral printed silk drop-waist dress, matching robe, and Mary-Jane kitten heels. She poses in front of an oriental standing chest and vase of lilies above a caption that reads in French, "Three-piece dress in printed black and white crepe satin". At least eight colors were used in this print, including a lovely shimmering gold metallic ink. Professionally matted with archival-quality materials and framed in a black aluminum picture frame, ready for hanging in your walk-in closet, art studio, or bedroom.
This highly collectible print comes directly from the Parisian fashion magazine Art-Goût-Beauté (Art, Good Taste, and Beauty) published in the 1920's and 1930's. It uniquely captures the spirit of the Art Deco era in both the fashions portrayed and the artistic rendering. This was produced using the porchoir technique, an early method of silk screening.
Designer: Worth / Art-Goût-Beauté
Origin: Paris, France
Framed print measures 12 inches (30 cm) tall by 9.5 inches (24 cm) wide. Print view measures approximately 3.5 inches (9 cm) wide by 6 inches (15 cm) tall.