Views Of Social Life In France, Teaching Aids For Children. Armand Louis Georges Vallée, 1884–1960 French.
Views Of Social Life In France, Teaching Aids For Children
Views Of Social Life In France, Teaching Aids For Children
Views Of Social Life In France, Teaching Aids For Children
Views Of Social Life In France, Teaching Aids For Children
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Views Of Social Life In France, Teaching Aids For Children

c1920s. Group of five colour lithographs, signed in image lower left or right, sizes range from 61 x 40.5cm to 63 x 68.6cm. Soiling, creases, cracking, surface loss and missing portions, laid down on original cloth backing.

Subjects cover: (1) Chauffeur-driven automobile outside a hotel; (2) Street scene in a small-town square; (3) A passenger ship in port, near building with the sign “Compagnie Transatlantique”; (4) Street scene with market and cafe/grocery store “Au Bon Coin”; and (5) River scene with boating and picnic.

Born in Paris, Armand Georges Louis Vallée was a fashion designer, illustrator, cartoonist and poster designer. He worked for many French illustrated newspapers and magazines. He signed his fashion work with his first name “Armand”, and used one of his middle names, “George”, for his other illustrative work. Ref: Wiki (French).

The Metropolitan Museum of Art collection holds fashion illustrations by Armand Vallée.

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Item #CL205-30

Price (AUD): $2,750.00  other currencies

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