1898 The Dome, An illustrated monthly magazine, Number 1 , Gordon Craig was a member of the Beggarstaff Brothers circle in London, and this poster is clearly inspired by them. The actor Henry Irving is theatrically wrapped in an olive scarf suggesting that the Dome will be a " magazine on celebrities, UK
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Affiche de l'exposition "Trait papier" Musée des beaux-arts La Chaux-de-Fonds, 2012
The English Beggarstaff Brothers were actually William Nicholson (1872–1949) and James Pryde (1866–1941), brothers-in-law, who used a pseudonym to protect their careers as fine art painters. Their commercial work was characterized by stripped down simplicity, abstracted imagery and simple sans serif type.
Jules Chéret / his first poster (1858) for Offenbach's operetta 'Orphée aux Enfers' / Cliché Bibliotheque Nationale de France
Toulouse-Lautrec, Nu devant un miroir, 1897
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Alphonse Mucha's poster of Sarah Bernhardt in "Gismonda" - she gave him his first commission on 24th December 1894 which was designed, printed and first displayed on 1st January 1895