Poster master plate 24 - Pall Mall Budget - Greiffenhagen 1896
Poster master plate 24 - Pall Mall Budget - Greiffenhagen 1896

Poster master plate 24 - Pall Mall Budget - Greiffenhagen 1896

by Greiffenhagen.

Original poster.
250,00
Tax included.

Dimensions

Width : 40 cm.

Height: 29 cm.

Date

1896

State

B+ / Paper gap restored / Covers

Artist

Greiffenhagen

Printer

Chaix

Printing technique

Chromolithography

Framing

On request

Poster master plate 24 - Pall Mall Budget - Greiffenhagen 1896

Poster master plate 24 - Pall Mall Budget - Greiffenhagen 1896

250,00

Poster master plate 24 - Pall Mall Budget 

By Greiffenhagen, 1896

 


Original lithograph of 1896

Chromolithography printing.


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Les Maîtres de l'affiche is a French monthly illustrated publication.

Edited between december 1895 and november 1900. Its full title is Les Maîtres de l'affiche : monthly publication containing the reproduction of the most beautiful illustrated posters of the great artists, French and foreign, edited by L'Imprimerie Chaix, Paris.

The original idea came from Jules Chéret, then artistic director of Chaix, a printing house located at 20 rue Bergère in Paris.

Each issue includes four posters reproduced in 29x40cm format and in chromolithography.

Each issue includes an authentication stamp.

The selling price per issue is 2,50 francs, the subscription 27 francs. There is a deluxe edition on Japanese paper with 100 copies sold for 80 francs for 12 issues.

In January 1897, a first volume with all the posters published the previous year was offered for sale, preceded by an introduction signed by Roger Marx, in an album format bound by Jean Engel according to Paul Berthon's layout.

There were five volumes in all, until January 1901, for a total of 256 posters for 97 artists.

Each volume was accompanied by two or four drawings specially designed by an artist and reproduced using the chromolithographic process.