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'Leaving for the Casino,' illustration for 'La Gazette du Bon Ton,' 1923

Item # 2004356

George Barbier

<p>George Barbier (1882–1932), also known as Georges Augustin Barbier, is one of the great French illustrators of the early twentieth century. He is famous for his elegant art deco works that were heavily influenced by East Asian and Parisian couture. His works pushed the envelope with bright colors and content deemed shocking for the time period.</p>

<p>CHT257914 'Leaving for the Casino'. illustration for 'La Gazette du Bon Ton', 1923 (colour litho) by Barbier, Georges (1882-1932); Private Collection; ( Le Depart pour le casino; manteau du soir de Worth; evening dress designed by the Parisian couture house of Worth;); Archives Charmet; French, out of copyright</p>

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