ArtWall 'Autumn Zephyr' by Catherine Abel Graphic Art on on Wrapped Canvas Size: 20" H x 24" W

ArtWall 'Autumn Zephyr' by Catherine Abel Graphic Art on on Wrapped Canvas Size: 20" H x 24" W

Swap Playing Card USNN "Syncopation" Stunning 1920's ART DECO Ladies GIRLS in Collectables, Paper & Ephemera, Playing Cards | eBay

Swap Playing Card USNN "Syncopation" Stunning 1920's ART DECO Ladies GIRLS in Collectables, Paper & Ephemera, Playing Cards | eBay

Art Deco Poster http://www.quadrinize.com/2011/04/generos-%E2%80%93-muito-combustivel-a-ficcao-cientifica-dieselpunk/

Big Canvas Co. Retro Travel 'Modern Deco Empire' Stretched Canvas Art by Big…

The Selz Good Shoes Lady / Artwork by Howard Chandler Christy (1873 – 1952)

soyouthinkyoucansee: This yard-long print pictures the Selz Good Shoes lady. The picture, drawn by Howard Chandler Christy, was a shoe company premium in about Rich Penn Auctions of Waterloo, Iowa, recently sold it for

Tamara de Lempicka (1898 – 1980), born Maria Górska in Warsaw, Poland, was a Polish Art Deco painter and "the first woman artist to be a glamour star".

I carried around her biography with me everywhere as a young girl and studied her work like mad. Tamara de Lempicka – born Maria Górska in Warsaw, Poland, was a Polish Art Deco painter and "the first woman artist to be a glamour star".

Gare de l'Est by Catherine Abel (contemporary), American - She makes paintings combining the stylised geometry of the Art Deco period with the clarity of the Italian Renaissance Masters (fineartamerica.com/) - (womeninarthistory)

Catherine Abel Gare de l'Est print for sale. Shop for Catherine Abel Gare de l'Est painting and frame at discount price, ships in 24 hours. Cheap price prints end soon.

Whimsical Art Deco Dance Cover The Dance by DragonflyMeadowsArt, $25.00

Whimsical Art Deco Dance Cover The Dance Magazine Deco Beauty Florence Rogge Choreographer and Dancer 1930 Giclee Fine Art Print

"PARIS NOIR": 15 million people in 31 African countries speak French. France welcomed and honored African American artists who fled racist conditions in the US in the early- to mid-20th century. At the link, read about “la France Noire” and tours that focus on luminaries like Josephine Baker, Richard Wright, James Baldwin, Chester Himes, Leroy Haynes and Gordon Parks. Lester Sloan’s article “April in Paris," from Ebony, April, 2008. (Click & turn to page 106)

Josephine Baker and LA Revue Negre: Paul Colin's Lithographs of Le Tumulte Noir in Paris, 1927

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