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Madame De Pompadour

"Madame De Pompadour" was a famed 3-piece French-adapted Operetta based on the true story of King Louis XV's chief mistress. Jeanne Antoinette Poisson was a greatly influential member of the French court in the late 1700s, and was later bestowed the name Madame de Pompadour.

This magnificent stone-lithograph was designed by French artist Georges Dola in 1933 and rings of an unmistakable Art Nouveau spirit. With a distinguished mademoiselle adorned with a flowering array of royal garments, it's nearly impossible to not let her undeniable poise steal the show! With a fan laid between her delicate finger tips, and a flowing chiffon sleeve dropping from her elbow, we are so effortlessly drawn to her effervescent royal blue aura. Simply spectacular!

This remarkable work of art will not last long. This authentic vintage gem will look phenomenal hanging in any home lucky enough to display its brilliance.

Condition: Very Good. Age appropriate paper toning. Minor border fading along left hand side. Conservation mounted on linen. Please use zoom feature to get a better understanding of posters overall condition.

Year: c.1933 - 89 years old

Size: 31.0" x 47.25" (79cm x 120cm)


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