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GAZETTE DU BON TON Art, modes et frivolités
Paris: Émile Lévy, Librairie Centrale des Beaux-Arts, 1912-1915 then 1920-1925. The Gazette du Bon Ton was launched in 1912 under the direction of Lucien Vogel, and was published until December 1925 with an interruption during the First World War. In 1920, Vogel sold it to an American distributor who was also the publisher of "Vogue", and on which the Gazette had considerable influence.The Gazette continued to be published until 1925 and remains the main witness to the "Art de vivre" and the French taste during the Roaring Twenties. The collection contains 533 stencilled watercolour engravings as well as 290 sketches, 7 unnumbered plates, and numerous coloured wood engravings in the text. The most renowned illustrators contributed to the publication: George Barbier, Raoul Dufy, Pierre Brissaud, Marty, Guy Arnoux, Benito, Robert Bonfils, Brunelleschi, Laboureur, etc. The articles on fashion or various fashionable subjects, are signed by: G. Mourey, E. Henriot, J.-L. Vau- doyer, Fr. de Miomandre, Cl. Roger-Marx, J. Giraudoux, H. de Régnier, P. MacOrlan, G. Baër, etc.
Bookseller: KOEGUI Rare Books [France]
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