"Folies Bergeres: Loie Fuller", Jules Cheret, 1897. Os seus cartazes demonstram dinamismo e movimento, o corpo é tratado da mesma forma do que nas estampas japonesas, inexistência de fundo e paleta cromática tem influência japonesa.
Camille Martin (1861-1898), Le sentiment de la nature
Camille Martin (1861-1898), The feeling of nature
Anatomia, ilustração e design - Parte 1
La Loïe Fuller – Folies Bergère. Jean de Paleologu (Romanian, 1855-1942) known as Pal or PAL. Imprimerie Paul Dupont, Paris. Lithograph.The dancer Loïe Fuller was especially associated with veil dances. In 1886, Fuller appeared at New York’s Standard Theater in a show called The Arabian Nights. According to Rhonda Garelick, this “featured fourteen different Oriental dance numbers, including the ‘Veil of Vapor’ dance, done with clouds of steam instead of fabric ve...
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Jules Cheret, Les Coulisses de l'Opera, 1913 Chéret is considered to be the "father" of advertisement placards. He was a pencil artist and a scene decorator, who founded a small lithography office in Paris in 1866. He used striking characters, contrast and bright colours, and created over 1000 advertisements, primarily for exhibitions, theatres, and products.
Poster for the 1er. bal masqué, la Grande Fête à l'Opéra, 22 janvier. 1896-1900. NYPL Digital Gallery.
Margaret and Frances Macdonald with J. Herbert McNair, poster for the Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts, 1895. The symbolic figures have been assigned both religious and romantic interpretations.