This an original 1922 pochoir print of a variety of sleeves of the clothing worn by upper-class French women during the period of the French Revolution (1789 -1799). Figs. 7,8, and 9 illustrate the clothing worn by children.
Period Paper has obtained a beautiful collection of original pochoir prints of French costumes and clothing design for women covering the period from 1037 to 1870. This rare collection was printed by zincography, a printing process of engraving or etching on zinc plates, and colored in pochoir, a process of hand painting using stencils, or pochoirs, on each image. This painstaking process captures the smallest detail of each costume, making this an extraordinary artistic as well as historic collection of costume images.
This 89+ year old Item is rated Very Fine. No creases. No natural defects. No surface rub. No tears. No water damage. There is some light aging in the margins --please see image.
Collections: 1790's Hand-Colored Copper-Engraved James Sowerby Botanicals, 1880's Original Chromolithographs of World Cultures, Ancient Egypt — A History Include Chaldea, Syria, Babylonia and Assyria (1903/1904), Antique & Vintage Art, Costume & Fashion, Limited Edition & Rarities, Mini Posters, New York City at The Turn of the 20th Cenutry (1893-1903) — Views of the City, Buildings, Historic Markers, Picturesque Europe — Extraordinary Original Steel Engravings Plus Wood Engravings (1876-1879)
Type: Orig. Print (Pochoir)