Year: ca. 1891
Size: 32 x 46 inches
Condition: B / Slight tears at folds.
Fin de Siècle was an art and literary magazine published from December of 1890 through 1909. Choubrac created at least two designs for the journal—the first featured another beauty atop a crescent moon, but the image of a scantily clad performer was banned by the Ministry of the Interior's Ernest Constans (otherwise known as "The Father of Modesty"). This image, of a demure damsel in more modest attire, was the chaste replacement for the indecent cover.