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Always New: The Posters of Jules Chéret

Known as the father of the poster, Chéret was one of the first artists to bring colorful, large-scale advertisements to Paris streets, creating what critics called a “museum in the open air.”

Sold at Auction: Jules Chéret, JULES CHÉRET (1836-1932). MUSÉE GRÉVIN / PALAIS DES MIRAGES. 1911. 47x33 inches, 121x84 cm. Chaix, Paris.

Bid now on Invaluable: JULES CHÉRET (1836-1932). MUSÉE GRÉVIN / PALAIS DES MIRAGES. 1911. 47x33 inches, 121x84 cm. Chaix, Paris. from Swann Auction Galleries on January 26, 2017, 01:30 PM EST.

Jules Chéret – “The father of poster art” and “The father of women’s liberation”

Jules Chéret was a French artist who mastered the art of lithography in the late 19th and early 20th century. He wasn't a privileged boy, and he didn't

Inventing Posters — I Love Typography

The modern poster first appeared in France in the 19th century, but its antecedents can be found in Renaissance printmaking. Woodcut, engraving, etching, and drypoint were techniques used by the likes of Albrecht Dürer, Hieronymus Bosch, and Raphael, while printmaking publishers. like Hieronymus Cock, helped popularize the art print and turn it into a burgeoning industry.

The Poster is a visual history of one of the most powerful and memorable means of mass communication | Creative Boom

Could there be anything more powerful or meaningful than a printed poster? Even in the digital age, it retains a much-loved role in connecting with us in a way that both entertains and informs.

Folies-Bergère / Loie Fuller

Creator: Jules Chéret (French graphic designer, 1836-1932) Date: 1893 Materials: color lithograph Measurements: 120 cm (height) x 82.2 cm (width) Work type: posters Image Description: Image_Filename: 06092030 Subjects: Advertisements; Dancers in art