Parfumerie Violet. ca. 1901Artist: LOUIS-THEOPHILE HINGRE (1932-1911) Size: 20 x 25 5/8 in./50.8 x 65 cm Imp. Leopold Verger, Paris A remarkably detailed, sumptuous image promoting Parfumerie Violet, known as the “Queen of the Bees” for its heavy floral scent. Also noted in the ad is the fact that it won the grand prize at the 1900 World’s Fair.
Various poster design from the portfolio ‘12 Plakate’ by Julius Klinger, published 1923.
Description: 12 designs by Viennese painter, graphic artist, poster artist, professor at the Wiener Werkstätte school and close associate of the Secessionist movement -Julius Klinger. The 12 designs include advertisements for Malaceine face powder, one of the earliest German airports, “Der Liebe Augustin” (a satirical journal…), the Tintenkuli pen, the humor magazine “Lustige Blatter”, as well as Tabu cigarette paper.