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1920 WWI Theophile Steinlen French Soldiers Mini Poster Poilu Wartime WWI

1920 WWI Theophile Steinlen French Soldiers Mini Poster Poilu Wartime WWI

Two Cats, Theophile Steinlen. Théophile Alexandre Steinlen, frequently referred to as just Steinlen (Nov 10, 1859–Dec 13, 1923), Swiss-born French Art Nouveau painter and printmaker. He painted landscapes, flowers, nudes, and cats, for which he had a great fondness. He often painted the harsher aspects of life in Montmontre, where he lived, and did magazine illustrations under a pseudonym because of their harsh criticisms of societal ills.

Two Cats, Theophile Steinlen. Théophile Alexandre Steinlen, frequently referred to as just Steinlen (Nov 10, 1859–Dec 13, 1923), Swiss-born French Art Nouveau painter and printmaker. He painted landscapes, flowers, nudes, and cats, for which he had a great fondness. He often painted the harsher aspects of life in Montmontre, where he lived, and did magazine illustrations under a pseudonym because of their harsh criticisms of societal ills.

Le Chat Noir (French for "The Black Cat") was a 19th-century cabaret, meaning entertainment house, in the bohemian Montmartre district of Paris. It was first opened on 18 November 1881 at 84 Boulevard Rochechouart by the impresario Rodolphe Salis, and closed in 1897 not long after Salis' death (much to the disappointment of Picasso and others who looked for it when they came to Paris for the Exposition in 1900).

Le Chat Noir (French for "The Black Cat") was a 19th-century cabaret, meaning entertainment house, in the bohemian Montmartre district of Paris. It was first opened on 18 November 1881 at 84 Boulevard Rochechouart by the impresario Rodolphe Salis, and closed in 1897 not long after Salis' death (much to the disappointment of Picasso and others who looked for it when they came to Paris for the Exposition in 1900).

French 20th century graphite drawing of a cat by Theophile Alexandre Steinlen. Sold for $948

French 20th century graphite drawing of a cat by Theophile Alexandre Steinlen. Sold for $948

"Cocorico," a French Belle Epoque Period Poster by Steinlen, 1899 | From a unique collection of antique and modern posters at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/wall-decorations/posters/

"Cocorico," a French Belle Epoque Period Poster by Steinlen, 1899 | From a unique collection of antique and modern posters at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/wall-decorations/posters/

Théophile Steinlen (French/Swiss, 1859-1923), Night scene with two women in front of a shop window. Black chalk and watercolour, heightened with white, on wove paper, 36 x 26.5 cm.

Théophile Steinlen (French/Swiss, 1859-1923), Night scene with two women in front of a shop window. Black chalk and watercolour, heightened with white, on wove paper, 36 x 26.5 cm.

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