Le Manteau Rouge

Le Manteau Rouge is an original modern artwork realized by Georges Lepape in the 1920s.

Original gouache. Passepartout included (cm 63 x 49). A wood frame is included (cm 72 x 57).

Monogrammed by the artist on the upper right corner.

Mint conditions.

€3,200.00
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Le Manteau Rouge is an original modern artwork realized by Georges Lepape in the 1920s.

Original gouache. Passepartout included (cm 63 x 49). A wood frame is included (cm 72 x 57).

Monogrammed by the artist on the upper right corner.

Mint conditions.

Le Manteau Rouge is a beautiful and fresh gouache realized by the French artist and illustrator Georges Lepape; the work is very interesting for the lively red color of the dress, like in many works realized by Lepape.

The work was realized by Georges Lepape (Paris, 1887 - Bonneval, 1971). He was a French fashion designer, writer and illustrator, particularly representative of the 1930s. In 1910, he exhibited at the Salon d'Automne, where he met the couturier Paul Poiret with whom he became friends. He collaborated in the early numbers of the Gazette du Bon Ton, for which he realized splendid colored plates in stencil. He then worked for major fashion magazines of the time, Harper's Bazaar, Vanity Fair, Femina, Vogue and The Art SheetsLike many artists of this innovative time, he worked with boldness and elegance in the most varied fields: posters, theater programs, textiles, fans, advertising catalogs including Wallace & Draeger.

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Artist Georges Lepape
Typology Original Paintings
Technique Gouache
Year 1920
Dimensions (cm) 27 x 21
Country of Manufacture France
Subject Fashion

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