Top Digital Titles for May 2013

The top 10 digital titles for May 2013 are listed below. Art Deco Fashion Designs: Barbier, Brissaud and Marty Art Nouveau Animal Decorative Designs John James Audubon Bird Illustrations Ehret & Haid London Botanical Illustrations Turpin Illustrations - Herbs and Spices 212 Days - The Paris Exposition of 1900 Descourtilz…

Art Deco 2013 Events

January 18-20, 2013: Miami, Florida, United States http://www.artdecoweekend.com ART DECO WEEKEND sees world-famous Ocean Drive even more energized with 300,000 visitors, checking out the local establishments and hundreds of vendors exhibiting their wares. Whether Artists, Craftsmen, Chefs, Bartenders, Car Collectors, or any variety of Art Deco Retailers, all showing the…

Art Deco Designs from Rolls-Royce

[caption id="attachment_3488" align="alignleft" width="212"] Rolls-Royce Art Deco Line Illustration. Source: Rolls-Royce.[/caption]In 2012, Rolls-Royce debuted its Art Deco inspired models: "We have elegantly captured the essence of one of the great periods in 20th Century design. From its beginnings in Paris in the early 20th Century, the Art Deco movement was…

Edward Penfield Cafe Scenes

Edward Penfield has been included in The Women and Cats of Art Nouveau Artists (Amazon), a delsc publication. He created several works with cats and is sometimes confused with a Swiss artist, Théophile Alexandre Steinlen. Some of Penfield's works includes images for Hart, Schaffner & Marx advertisements. These are easily…

Art Deco Fashion Designs

This edition focuses on the works of three artists who contributed to the Gazette du bon ton, the source of the prints for this issue. ► George Barbier (1882 to 1932) According to Encyclopædia Universalis and Larousse, Barbier was a fashion and book illustrator. He was born in Nantes in…

Pierre Brissaud

► Pierre Brissaud (1885 to 1964) According to Qui êtes-vous? Brissaud was an illustrator who was born in Paris on December 23, 1885. He was educated at l’École alsacienne and was a member of the Société nationale des Beaux-Arts. According to a book by Jacques Poirier, his family included many…

André Édouard Marty

► André Édouard Marty (1882 - 1974) According to Les Arts Décoratifs, Marty was an illustrator who was educated at l’École des beaux-arts, a student of Cormon. He formed friendships with Lepape, Martin and Brissaud. He provided illustrations for Fémina, Comoedia illustré, la Gazette du bon ton, le Sourire, Vogue,…

George Barbier

► George Barbier (1882 to 1932) According to Encyclopædia Universalis and Larousse, Barbier was a fashion and book illustrator. He was born in Nantes in 1882 and was educated at l’École des beaux-arts de Paris, a student of Jean-Paul Laurens. Some of his works include illustrations for la Gazette du…