Modern French Posters
Museum and Archives,
Kyoto Institute of Technology
Design Collection 2

 

Yukihiro Hirayoshi

In Japanese

 



 

The modern poster began in Paris, France where artists of the likes of
Chéret, Toulouse-Lautrec and Mucha skillfully embellished the city with
colorful creations that symbolized the florid lifestyles of the Belle
Époque. This book traces the history of the modern poster as a testament to
the times and features 227 works from the beginnings of this genre to Art
Nouveau, Art Déco and the war years.

 

Museum and Archives,
Kyoto Institute of Technology
Design Collection

The Museum and Archives has been engaged since 1902 in expanding its original collection of artworks that focused on what was at the time the latest in European design. This series treats two genres, posters and handicrafts, presenting artworks from some of the most eminent valuable collections in the country in a convenient pocket edition.

□ size: 148 × 105 × 20 mm , 400 g
□ binding: softcover
□ page: 280 pages
□ release date: September 1, 2017
□ price: 1,500 yen (JPY)
 
 
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□ Modern French Posters Museum and Archives, Kyoto Institute of Technology Design Collection 1