A Set of 12 Original Art Nouveau Color Lithograph by Eugène Grasset -Malherbe 1896

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SKU: 352053
Artist/Maker: Eugène Grasset (1845-1917)
Year: 1894
Medium/Material: Paper
Condition: Good (B+ to A-) holes to hang the calendar. (Determining Condition)
Height: 20cm  (7.87in.) Width: 16cm (6.3in.)

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Eugène Grasset (1845-1917) was one of the leading figures in the Art Nouveau movement in France. Best known for his iconic posters and his contributions to graphic design Grasset also designed furniture, ceramics, tapestries, and postage stamps. In 1894, Grasset was commissioned by the French department store “La Belle Jardinière” to create twelve original artworks to be used as a calendar. Grasset\'s delectable color wood engravings, depicting beautiful young women in seasonal costumes and gardens that change with the seasons, were issued with empty spaces for calendar dates in a fine art portfolio called “Les Mois” (The Months) by the Paris publisher G. de Malherbe in 1896. This set was made to be used as a calendar

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