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  • A Life of Pleasure
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    Pal

    A Life of Pleasure

    $2,000.00

    Size: 42 x 85 1/2 inches 

    Condition: B+ / slight creases

    A Life of Pleasure was the last play to be written and produced by Henry Pettitt. It debuted in September, 1893 and was transferred from Drury Lane to Princess's, which offered more room, and ran through February, 1894. The story tells of "a woman who succumbs to the lure of evil sensuality and falls victim to the machinations of a heartless upper-class, pleasure-loving seducer" (Fantasies of Empire, p. 199). One would not know from Pal's design that this striking lady becomes a fallen woman, but we appreciate Pal's decision to show her triumphant and independent.

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  • A Town Like Alice / Mobil
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    Chermayeff & Geismar

    A Town Like Alice / Mobil

    $100.00

    Year: 1981

    Size: 30 x 46 in./76.2 x 116.8 cm

    Condition: A

    Printed in 1981, it advertises the PBS/Mobil presentation of A Town Like Alice.

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  • Affiches de L'Automobile
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    EMMANUEL LOPEZ

    Affiches de L'Automobile

    $95.00

    Size: 12.5 x 16 in.

    200 pages

    Hardcover

    Language: French

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  • Affiches de la Publicite
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    EMMANUEL LOPEZ

    Affiches de la Publicite

    $95.00

    Size: 12.2 x 16 in.

    215 pages

    Hardcover

    Language: French

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  • Affiches Illustrees
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    Leon Dardenne

    Affiches Illustrees

    $1,350.00

    Year: 1894

    Size: 24 1/4 x 32 1/4 inches

    Condition: B+/ Slight tears at horizontal fold

    In your face! Mademoiselle de l'Affiche thrusts her brush into the nose of a stunned Pierrot in a grand assertion of artistic control. The poster announces that the artist, Léon Dardenne, will now be solely in charge of all posters produced by the Bulens printing firm. An audacious design for its time, and for ours as well.

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  • Affiches Politiques et Sociales
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    Alain Weill

    Affiches Politiques et Sociales

    $30.00

    Size: 8.5 x 9.7 in.

    125 pages

    Hardcover

    Language: French

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  • Agatha Christie Stories
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    John Alcorn

    Agatha Christie Stories

    $150.00

    Year: 1983.

    Size: 30 x 46 in./76.2 x 116.8 cm

    Condition: A

    In the English-village mysteries popularized by Agatha Christie everyone is so cozy and the roses bloom so prettily that one almost neglects to notice the specter of mayhem. Alcorn announces a Mystery! series of these murderous romances and criminal comedies with the image of a sweet young thing in a frame resembling fine Haviland china.

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  • Agatha Christie’s Partners in Crime.
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    Alexander Vethers

    Agatha Christie’s Partners in Crime.

    $150.00

    Year: 1983.

    Size: 30 x 46 in./76.2 x 116.8 cm

    Condition: A

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  • Air Meeting de Paris / St. Germain.
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    Size: 15 1/4 x 22 1/8 in./38.8 x 56.4 cm

    Condition: B / Slight tears and stains, largely at edges. Framed.

    Geo Ham is always the master of motion, and here the air is alive with a biplane in an inverted corkscrew dive while monoplanes take on severe G-forces as they race around the course at St-Germain.

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  • Al Hirschfeld Exhibition
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    Al Hirschfeld

    Al Hirschfeld Exhibition

    $200.00

    Year: 1974

    Size: 30 x 45 in./76.2 x 114.3 cm

    Condition: A- (slight tears to edges)

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  • Alcazar
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    H. Gray

    Alcazar

    $1,200.00

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    H. Gray

    Alcazar

    $1,200.00

    Year: 1900

    Size: 36 1/2 x 48 5/8 inches

    Condition: B- / slight tears; restored loss at upper right corner

    Though the scene presented here was also used in Gray's more famous promotion for Théâtre de l'Opéra (see PAI-LXXVIII, 301), this poster advertises a masked ball at the Alcazar. The café-concert later known as Alcazar d'Hiver thrived from 1858-1902 on the Rue du Faubourg-Poissonnière.

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  • Aleph Sanctuary
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    Mati Klarwein

    Aleph Sanctuary

    $100.00

    Year: 1969

    Size: 30 x 45 in./76.2 x 114.3 cm

    Condition: A

    Printed in 1969, it was created to advertise the Grain of Sand ceiling piece of the Aleph Sanctuary. The intricacy of this poster is too great to properly be appreciated online. It is absolutely packed with tiny, fascinating images, all poured together to embody this meditational ceiling. It's absolutely amazing.

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  • Alka-Seltzer / Germany
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    Anonymous

    Alka-Seltzer / Germany

    $100.00

    Year: 1968

    Size: 24 x 32 1/4 in./60.9 x 81.9 cm

    Condition: A

    Shown is an array of tempting German food, the message being that if you consume all of it, you'll certainly need some Alka Seltzer!

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  • All For Love / Mobil
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    Pushpin Studios

    All For Love / Mobil

    $100.00

    Year: 1985

    Size: 30 x 46 in./76.2 x 116.8 cm

    Condition: A

    This is an ORIGINAL FIRST PRINTING of this poster designed by Pushpin studios.

    It advertises the PBS Masterpiece Theatre production of All For Love.

    The poster's design provides the dictionary definitions for each word in the title (all, for, love). The series itself came in five parts (five separate plays), and starred Joan Plowright and Alec McCowen.

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  • Alphons Mucha : Plakaty
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    Jana Smejkalova

    Alphons Mucha : Plakaty

    $25.00

    Size: 6.5 x 8.5 in.

    175 pages

    Softcover

    Language: Czech

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  • Alvin Ailey
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    Michael Hampton

    Alvin Ailey

    $200.00

    Year: 1974

    Size: 27 x 41 in./68.5 x 104.1 cm

    Condition: A

    Inspired by African textile motifs, Hampton created this exultant dancer for an appearance of the all-black Ailey troupe at New York’s City Center. He got his design start in the late 19605 at Caffecino, one of the first off-Broadway theaters for young playwrights, and now works in advertising.

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  • American Folk Blues Festival.
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    Gunther Kieser

    American Folk Blues Festival.

    $300.00 $210.00

    Year: 1969

    Size: 34 1/2 x 47 in./87.3 x 119.4 cm

    Condition: A

    Keiser's 20-odd posters for an annual Hamburg festival devoted to American folk blues always work a compelling variation of a well-worn acoustic guitar. Here, the instrument seems to be playing itself with the equally well-worn hands of a black woman. Names of featured acts are superimposed on the guitar image in type like so many familiar scratches.

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  • An Artist's Model
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    Julius Mendes Price

    An Artist's Model

    $1,700.00

    Year: 1898

    Size: 20 x 30 inches

    Condition: A

    An Artist's Model was a two-act musical comedy written on the heels of the composer's much-heralded A Gaiety Girl from two years prior. Its plot focuses on a former nude model who, now a widowed millionairess, returns to the studio to pursue her lost artist love. He in turn only takes interest in her once she is engaged to an English nobleman. This is the smaller format version of the design.

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  • Andy Warhol: The Complete Commissioned Posters 1964-1987
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    Size: 10 x 13 in.

    160 pages

    Hardcover

    Language: English

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  • Angels
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    John Melo

    Angels

    $50.00

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    John Melo

    Angels

    $50.00

    Year: 1976

    Size: 27 x 41 in./68.6 x 104.1 cm

    Printed in 1976, it was created to advertise the strange B movie "Angels". 

    In the movie, an African-American god sends two hitmen to earth. It was later released on the DVD "Something Weird."

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  • Anna Karenina
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    John Callier

    Anna Karenina

    $150.00

    Year: ca. 1980

    Size: 36 x 40 in./91.4 x 101.6 cm

    Condition: A

    Printed c. 1980, it advertises the Masterpiece Theatre televised presentation of Leo Tolstoy's Anna Karenina.

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  • Annabel.
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    Bernard Buffet

    Annabel.

    300.00 $210.00

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    Bernard Buffet

    Annabel.

    $300.00 $210.00

    Year: 1970.

    Size: 30 x 45 in./76.2 x 114.3 cm

    Condition: A

    The precocious Buffet had made his name as a leading French figurative painter by his early 20s. His landscapes and portraits -- marked by sad greys, spiky forms and obtrusively angular signature -- are icons of the 1950s and 60s. Widely exhibited, his paintings are in the permanent collections of London's Tate Gallery and the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris. This foray into graphic art was occasioned by the appearance of Buffet's wife Annabel, a popular French singer, at the Olympia music hall. The poster was printed by noted Parisian lithographer Mourlot.

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  • Anti-Vietnam: Silk-Screened Poster: America?
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    Year: 1969

    Size: 18 x 24 7/8 in./45.7 x 63.2 cm

    Condition: A

    Printed in 1968 by students at the Rhode Island School of Design, this poster is part of a series created to protest the Vietnam War. This particular poster features a gun/knife raised to the sky with the word America? written across the top. Supplies were donated by concerned supporters and the students ultimately made 8 posters in the series. They were sold for a few dollars that year, many being hung around college campuses and really wherever the students could slap them onto a wall. A complete collection of this series is held in the Library of Congress and is considered to be one of the more important examples of young activism in our country's history. This is an EXCEPTIONALLY RARE poster.

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  • Anti-Vietnam: Silk-Screened Poster: Is this the American Way?
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    Year: 1969

    Size: 24 3/4 x 17 3/4 in./62.9 x 45 cm

    Condition: A

    Printed in 1968 by students at the Rhode Island School of Design, this poster is part of a series created to protest the Vietnam War. This particular poster features a gas-masked anonymous person, with the quote "Is this the American Way" reading below. Supplies were donated by concerned supporters and the students ultimately made 8 posters in the series. They were sold for a few dollars that year, many being hung around college campuses and really wherever the students could slap them onto a wall. A complete collection of this series is held in the Library of Congress and is considered to be one of the more important examples of young activism in our country's history. 

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