Vintage Rare 1907 Poster French Cognac Pellisson Leonetto Cappiello Important Nr
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Vintage Rare 1907 Poster French Cognac Pellisson Leonetto Cappiello Important Nr:
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ITEM: You are offerding on a large and rare vintage 1907 French Art Deco advertising poster by Leonetto Cappiello with advertising for Cognac Pellisson. An original vintage poster depicting afoppishlydressed, wonderfully red-headed imp staggering under the weight of the deliciousness of Pellisson Pere & Co. Cognac. He must really love his cognac to need such a large barrel! Printed by Vercasson, Paris, this is an important early example of Cappiello's groundbreaking style, which transformed the best elements of belle epoque poster art and infused it with a surreal allure that heralded the mood, style, and character of the art deco era. The striking colors and turn of the century inspired art deco imagery informed much of the advertising design of the 20th century.Cappiello's posters are highly collectible and increasing in value all the time.
Measures 31 1/2" x 47 1/2"
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CONDITION: This is in fine condition overall, with two spots of reversible archival conservation that could easily be rendered invisible as seen.Leonetto Cappiello (9. April 1875 in Livorno, Italy - 2. February 1942 in Cannes, France) was an Italian poster art designer who lived in Paris. He is now often called 'the father of modern advertising' because of his innovation in poster design. The early advertising poster was characterized by a painterly quality as evidenced by early poster artists Jules Cheret, Alfred Choubrac and Hugo D'Alesi. Cappiello, like other young artists, worked in way that was almost the opposite of his predecessors. He was the first poster artist to use bold figures popping out of black backgrounds, a startling contrast to the posters early norm. Cappiello had no formal training in art. The first exhibition of his work was in 1892, when a painting was displayed at the municipal museum in Florence. Cappiello started his career as a caricaturist illustrating in journals like Le Rire, Le Cri de Paris, Le Sourire, L'Assiette au Beurre, La Baionnette, Femina, and others. His first album of caricatures, "Lanterna Magica," was made in 1896. In 1898, he moved to Paris, and his caricatures were published in Le Rire for the first time. Cappiello made his name during the poster boom period in the early 20th century, with designs markedly different from premier poster artist Jules Cheret. His first poster, for the newspaper Frou-Frou, was made in 1899. He signed first contract for posters with printer P. Vercasson in 1900. He was married to Suzanne Meyer Cappiello in 1901. Between 1901 and 1914, he created several hundred posters in a style that revolutionized the art of poster design. Cappiello redesigned the fin-de-siecle pictures into images more relevant to the faster pace of the 20th century. During this period, Capiello continued as a caricaturist. During World War I, Cappiello worked as an interpreter in Italy. Afterwards, he devoted his career fully to poster design. In 1919, he signed a contract with publisher Devambez and he remained with the agency until 1936. Over the course of his career Cappiello produced more than 530 advertising posters which surprise and delight the viewer. Today, his original posters are still collected, sold at sale and by dealers around the world. On May-16-13 at 18:31:05 PDT, seller added the following information: