"Boudoir" 1892-1990 Serigraph

by Erte

Artist/Maker: Erte
Title: "Boudoir"
Year Created: 1892-1990
Medium / Materials: Serigraph
Framed or Unframed: Unframed
 Winning Bidder Deposit: 10%

Dimensions (H x W x D): 36"H x 24"W
Style/Period: Art: Art Nouveau
Rarity/Quantity Available: Limited Edition
Signed: Yes
Reserve Present: Yes

More about this item:

"Boudoir" is a limited edition serigraph on paper, numbered and hand signed by the artist.

** Please note: Due to the age of this piece and the delicate nature of the paper it may have some slight imperfections. **


Includes Certificate of Authenticity


Bio of Artist / Maker:

Erté is perhaps best remembered for the gloriously extravagant costumes and stage sets that he designed for the Folies-Bergère in Paris and George White's Scandals in New York, which exploit to the full his taste for the exotic and romantic, and his appreciation of the sinuous and lyrical human figure.

As well as the music-hall, Erté also designed for the opera and the traditional theatre, and spent a brief and not wholly satisfactory period in Hollywood in 1925, at the invitation of Louis B. Mayer, head of Metro-Goldwyn-Meyer.

After a period of relative obscurity in the 1940s and 1950s, Erté's characteristic style found a new and enthusiastic market in the 1960s, and the artist responded to renewed demand by creating a series of colorful lithographic prints and sculpture. This luxuriously illustrated museum contains a rich and representative selection of images, drawn from throughout Erté's long and extraordinary productive career.

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