Belle epoque* la belle epoque - black is black / hey miss broadway


Apart from the monuments and the gardens, they loved the trees lining the streets, and the general cleanliness. They thought the red trousers worn by soldiers most impressive, but it was odd how many young men wore moustaches and how many women smoked.

The limitations of printing technologies…created the look of the wood-type poster.…By the 1860s, new advances in printing…provided the opportunity to use color…and imagery with higher quality.…Jules Chéret expanded on the typographic…wood-type posters and is considered…the father of the modern poster.…He moved away from type-only solutions…and introduced illustrations and a more painterly approach.…The images convey a sense of frivolity and fun.…


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