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La vie Parisienne 1923 1920s France Leo Fontan magazines illustrations womens swimming Featured La Vie Parisienne Print

La vie Parisienne 1923 1920s France Leo Fontan magazines illustrations womens swimming

La vie Parisienne
1923
1920s
France
Leo Fontan
magazines illustrations womens swimming costumes swim suits bathing costumes swimwear swimsuits umbrellas parasols bathrooms baths interiors erotica bath

20s, Clothes Clothing, Covers, French, Nineteen Twenties, Twentieth Century, Womens

Raphael Kirchner Featured La Vie Parisienne Print

Raphael Kirchner

Portrayer-in-chief of Fair Femininity, and painter of "A Duck's Egg!" (see picture number 10223078). Raphael Kirchner (1876 - 1917), Austrian artist, best known for his pin-ups, The Kirchner Girls, published in La Vie Parisienne in France and The Sketch magazine in Britain during the First World War and hugely popular with serving soldiers. Pictured working on an enormous canvas and wearing what appear to be pyjamas. The Sketch magazine secured an exclusive deal to reproduce his pictures, which were mildly erotic in1915. Date: 1915

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

A Guide to Paris by George Grossmith Featured La Vie Parisienne Print

A Guide to Paris by George Grossmith

Promotional postcard of The Guide to Paris a modernised version of Offenbachs La Vie Parisienne adapted by George Grossmith. First produced at the Alhambra Theatre on 8th July 1912. Front of four-page flyer for the Alhambra. English tourists, left; Sarah Bernhadt, right, in front of the jockey and behind the President of France (with a red sash). Date: circa 1912

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library