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DISTIL BY MAUZAN (1998)
ANTIQUE VINTAGE POSTERS from MAUZAN Achille
MODERN POSTER AND CONTEMPORARY
29.6 X 42.9 (inches) / 75.0 x 109.0 (cm)
A+ ( mint perfect )
Paper (not mounted)
The poster was created to be used as an advertising object. They do not merely reproduce a painting or sculpture or other work of art; the original purpose for printing was to legitimately advertise a product or service. Many factors determine the value of a vintage poster, including its rarity, condition, designer and sometimes subject matter. We unconditionally guarantee each item to be as described and absolutely authentic. WE DO NOT SELL ANY REPRODUCTIONS.
Achille Mauzan was known as a decorative illustrator designing during the Art Deco movement, though he also painted and sculpted. After a period of study in France, Mauzan divided his life between Milan, Paris and Argentina. During the period between the wars, he used forms and materials under the influence of the avant-garde cubists. He was also an illustrator of posters and postcards. During a long distinguished career, as a poster printer and a distinguished designer, Mauzan designed over 2,000 posters, using a style marked by humor and brilliant colors for advertisement and events and over 1,000 original postcard images. He is also noted for designing several war posters including an adaptation of the famous Lord Kirchener poster. Today, his postcards are as highly valued as his poster images as collectors are quick to recognize the value of an original postcard image created by this prolific artist.
The day Art
All posters on the drinks Water, Alcohols, Digestive, Wines Red, White and Rosy, Spirituous, Champagne, Absinthe and Sodas. History of the marks through the mural publicity of Street. For Ruinart, Romanée Conti, Chablis, Burgundy, Bordeaux, Moêt Chandon, Castellane, Cheval Blanc, Get 27, St Raphaêl, Byhrr, Picon, Coca Cola, Orangina, Perrier, Dom Perignon, Badoit, Evian, Contrexéville, Vichy, Schweppes, Fanta, Lemonade, Spa. .du 19th Century and 21st Century.
Posters on the theme of wine, appetizers and alcohol in general.