Original Vintage French Poster "Hotel du Pacha Noir" by Grun 1899

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SKU: 71451
Artist/Maker: Jules-Alexandre Grun
Year: 1899
Medium/Material: Linen backed
Condition: B to B+ Restored tears at the bottom, folds, creases (Determining Condition)
Height: 120.7cm  (47.52in.) Width: 85.1cm (33.5in.)

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In 1897, Rodolphe Salis, founder of the Chat Noir, and consequently father of the Monmartre cabaret, dies. For a short time the premises on the Rue Victor Masse are unsuccessfully operated under the name of the PachaNoir Hotel. The program, left blank, shows the uncertainties of the show and the lack of prestigious management. Jules-Alexandre Grun (25 May 1868 – 15 February 1934) was a French post-impressionist painter, poster artist, and illustrator.[1] Grun's best known painting is called The Dinner Party, produced in 1911. It was, however, in the fields of poster art and illustration art, for which he was famous. He was employed at a large printing company in Paris and his artistic director was Jules Cheret. Cheret was also his main competitor in poster art. (Wiki) This Poster is published in Grun Posters Book by Israel Perry and Alain Weill , 2005, Page 34

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