Item #: 12045200A
14.5" x 22.5" without border
Ships in 5-7 Days
This giclée print delivers a vivid image with maximum color accuracy and exceptional resolution. The standard for museums and galleries around the world, giclée is a printing process where millions of ink droplets are “sprayed” onto high-quality paper. With the great degree of detail and smooth transitions of color gradients, giclée prints appear much more realistic than other reproduction prints. The high-quality paper is acid free with a smooth surface.
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The fashion world received a makeover when Georges Lepape, creator of this 1928 “Vogue” cover, added action and intrigue to haute couture illustration. Born in France, Lepape (1887 – 1971) broke artistic ground by introducing motion and storyline to his illustrations for the renowned “Gazette du Bon Ton,” depicting models leaving the frame or turning their backs on the viewer. Exceptionally prolific and desired, he worked for many magazine houses, including Worth, Lavin and Paquin, illustrating the first cover of “Vogue’s” British edition, as well as covers for “Harper’s Bazaar” and a record eight “Vogue” covers in one year.
French-born designer Georges Lepape (1887-1971) gave the fashion world a makeover filled with action and intrigue. Lauded as one of the world’s most groundbreaking fashion illustrators, his work was in-demand by the top haute couture fashion houses in France. His innovative use of motion and storyline can be seen on British “Vogue’s” first cover or any of the eight “Vogue” covers he illustrated within one year. Lepape’s work also graced the cover of “Harper’s Bazaar” as well as catalogs, movie posters, and ads for ballets and luxury items.
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