Exposition Internationale du Livre et des Industries du Papier

Oge
France - c. 1894
40 x 54 in (102 x 137 cm)
ID #LB39x55-Z-25

Palais de l'Industrie (Champs Elysees) de Juillet a Novembre 1894. Exposition Internationale du Livre et des Industries du Papier. Exposition Artistique sans Precedent. Curieuses Industries & Sections Etrangeres. Le Livres des Femmes Russes. Collections retropectives de Livres, Images, Estampes. Timrbologie Attractions. Les Catacombes de Paris il y a Cent Ans. L'Ecole a Travers les Ages et a Travers le Monde. Orchestre J. Mele, Concerts, Festivals.

Translation: Palace of Industry (Champs Elysees) from July to November 1894. International exhibition of books and paper industries. Unparalleled artistic exhibitions. Curious industries and foreign sections. The book of Russian women. Retrospective collection of books, images, and prints. Trimbologie Attractions. The catacombs of Paris 100 years ago. The school through the ages and through the world. Orchestra J. Mele, concerts, festivals 

Artist: Oge. printer Imp Charles Verneau Paris 

Year: 1894

Condition: Good, please note discoloration along crease lines top of the poster

The poster is linen-backed on canvas

 

 

1890s 1894 40x54 500-1000 advertisement art attractions beige book books catacombs champs elysees concerts event exhibit exhibition exposition festivals foreign France French images industry international exposition lion medium Oge orchestra paper industry Paris read reading Russian Women size-40x54 stamps stationary sun timbrologie toc tree turn of the century woman writing yellow

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