Teinture Ideale - Large

  • 13105
  • Jean Dylen
  • 51” x 78.5”
  •  1929
  • $7800
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  • This wonderful and charming image was designed by Jean d’Ylen  for a company that sold fabric dyes. With his creative use of lanterns to highlight the color, D’Ylen captures the viewer’s eye while transmitting a most effective message as to the quality of the Teinture Ideale.
     
    Jean Dylen (1886 – 1938) was trained in the art of designing jewelry and was recruited by the Vercasson Printing Company to be the understudy to Leonetto Cappiello, their top designer of posters. When Cappiello left Vercasson, Dylen assumed the role of top designer. He was a master of combining humorous messages with well executed artwork and masterful colors to create some of the most sought after posters printed in the 1920’s.
     
    This is an Original Vintage Poster; it is not a reproduction. This poster is conservation mounted, linen backed, and in very good condition. It has been professionally restored to enhance creases and tears. We guarantee the authenticity of all of our posters.

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