Journal des Dames et des Modes: the Fashion Illustrators.
|Caption||The Journal des Dames was inspired by the eponymous fashion magazine from the previous century and, like the earlier publication, referred to its illustrations as Costumes Parisiens. These Costumes Parisiens (184 illustrations in total) were drawn in a new, flat, decorative manner by George Barbier, Jan van Brock, Victor Lhuer and other Parisian artists, each with a signature style. Every issue came with two or three separate plates. These showed a wide variety of fashionable apparel, from elegant evening attire to outdoor outfits. A brief caption provides the name of the garment and the material from which it was made, but never the name of a fashion house. Origin: Paris. Date: 1912. Object ID: RP-P-2011-107-19C.|
|Artwork medium||engraving (paper)|
|fashion plates Journal Dames Modes Fashion Illustrators costume and fashion print|
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|YR0509169||1,634 x 2,500 pixels||24|
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