The true spirit of America is exhibited in this classic genre of art. Remembrance advertising from Babe Ruth to Betty Boop to George C. Tilloue’s most successful and well known advertising campaign for Steeplechase (Coney Island) are highlighted. Take a trip down memory lane and rediscover yesteryear.
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We specialize in Art Nouveau posters, lithographs and prints, Tiffany glass and much more…
We invite you to explore our collection that will take you from the Moulin Rouge in Paris to the frontier of the Wild West. We are proud to provide quality products direct to your doorstep, and most of all, we hope you’ll enjoy the products as much as we do.
Art Nouveau is an international style of art, architecture and applied art that was most popular between 1890 and 1910. The aesthetic of movement was based on a symbolic organic form that presented itself in a linear, swirling, entwining, rhythmic abstract design.
Free flowing beautiful French women, Indian Chiefs and other Western forms cast in silver and gold mark this 50 year old collection inspired by the Art Nouveau (1880-1920) movement and Western American art.
Turn of the century themes are presented in nearly a dozen titles from a collection by Sandy Val Graphics. Featured are the timeless and lost art of the “movie in hand.” Published in the late 1960s the genre ranges from sport to comedy to erotica.
The development of the postcard was powerful in its ability to bring art to a mass audience. It is important to place the artistic postcard in this context. Such works of art bear witness to a time when people with an average income could buy and share art in postcard format.
The great artists of Paris led the poster movement during the period 1880-1920. From Jules Cheret to Alphonse Mucha to the most famous of them all Toulose-Lautrec a new form of advertising, and in effect a new form of art, was born. This form of expression revolutionized the world of marketing while at the same time adding life, energy, and charisma to the world of posters and to the art world as a whole. people dared believe in an art that was truly accessible to the public.
Through dazzling publications, circa 1900 thru 1990, rare books and world renowned European and American auction houses bring the world of art to the collector in all of us. Such publications, primarily from the years 1960 to the 1980’s, encapsulate the captivating essence of Art Nouveau and Tiffany gems.
Louis Comfort Tiffany was the artistic son of the founder of Tiffany and Co., the famous New York jeweler. For many years, he astounded us with craftsmanship and beauty. Working out of his factory in Corona, Long Island, Tiffany produced lamps, candlesticks, inkwells, rings, pendants, stick pins, chandeliers, and other household items.
A spectacular collection of bronzes from the Viennese master Carl Kauba and western signs revealing the true nature of the old west and frontier living. From Indian Chiefs to ladies to gamblers to pick pockets, the true flavor of the west is unveiled. Perfect for the aficionado of frontier culture and history. Vintage tobacco labels, circa 1880-1920, are ideal for the cigar connoisseur. The essence of “the smoke” is portrayed on these turn of the century advertisements.