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France Art Nouveau Era, Original Drawing Project Of Transatlantic Liner Menu.
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"France Art Nouveau Era, Original Drawing Project Of Transatlantic Liner Menu."
France, early 20th century, very pretty and rare drawing on paper made in ink and gouache depicting a young woman holding a tray on which there are bottles of alcohol. This is the original work that was used to draw the menus for a transatlantic liner. Advertising document for the Negrita rum and other liqueurs from the house of Bardinet in Bordeaux, the passengers who read the menu of the day could appreciate this very beautiful drawing from the Art Nouveau period. Good condition except for some wear of the paper in the part not affected by the drawing and without affecting the aesthetics of the whole. No visible signature. Dimensions of the sheet at sight: Height 33 cm. Width 22.5 cm (46 cm x 33.5 cm with its beautiful frame). IMPORTANT: CURRENTLY POSSIBLE DELIVERY IN COLISSIMO. MAINTAINING SERVICES WITH POSSIBILITY OF DELAY. We take special care in our packaging by using optimum protection. The shipment is made with insurance included. Shipping rates: Metropolitan France: 22 euros, European Union countries and Switzerland: 38 euros, Eastern European and Maghreb countries: 55 euros, United States, Australia, Asia and the rest of the world: 125 euros. You can contact us on 0787869393 or 0953253741.
Price : 380 €
Period:20th Century
Style:Art Nouveau
Condition : Bon état

Material : Encre et gouache sur papier

Reference : 579669
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Van Rijn
Antiquaire à Tours
France Art Nouveau Era, Original Drawing Project Of Transatlantic Liner Menu.
09 53 25 37 41
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