Original Vintage French Alcohol Poster for "Liqueur Hanappier" by Henri Guydo ca. 1900

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SKU: 66849
Artist/Maker: Henri Guydo (1868-1931)
Year: ca. 1897
Medium/Material: Linen backed
Condition: Good. B to B+. Borders need restoration. (Determining Condition)
Height: 129cm  (50.79in.) Width: 96cm (37.8in.)

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A beautiful advertising poster for the "Liqueur Hanappier", realized by Henri Guydo ca. 1900. A young woman in a gown is serving a glass of this tasty liqueur to her loved one, before he hits the road on his horse. Joseph Robert Guillaume Le Barrois Orgeval, born April 22, 18681 at Teilleul in Manche2, takes Guydo pseudonym in 1888 when Paul asked him to illustrate Dolffus with other artists of his book Models (ed. Marpon & Flammarion). Subsequently, he also signs GO and sometimes Henri Guydo. He begins by contributing as satirical cartoonist for magazines such as Gil Blas, Le Triboulet, I know all or even the Journal for all. In 1892, he shared the artistic direction of Laughter and New Voices, collaboration that lasted until the 1920s to the world of the press, he was a tireless draftsman: forty published the periodical between 1890 and 1930. His posters show first an Art Nouveau as Amara Blanqui (1893), Eden Casino Trouville-sur-Mer, Aimee Eymard, Liquor Hanappier, Calendar Blotter Good market.3 ... In 1905, he began a collaboration with La Semaine de Suzette which was to last until his death, during which he illustrated twenty books in the series "The Library of Suzette". In 1907, he published the humorous album The Tribulations of a blue dunce (ed. Delagrave). From 1911, he exhibited his paintings at the Salon of independent artists but also comedians Fair.

Authors like Guy de Téramond, Pierre de Lano, Albert Lavignac, Jean Drault, Delly, Germaine Verdat, Rodolphe and Leon Bringer Valbert appealed to his drawing skills. He has illustrated nearly forty books for youth or popular novels. (Wiki)

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