Reproduction de l’affiche de Julius Price
Décembre 1895

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An Artist’s Model
Affiche de Julius PRICE (Londres 1857 – Londres 1924)
Taille de l’affiche original 2,16 x 1,50 m
Reproduction en couleurs de l’affiche par Jules CHÉRET
Pour le 1er numéro de la publication « Les Maîtres de l’Affiche »
Cachet sec de la publication (Lugt 1777c)
Planche numéroté 3
Éditée par l’imprimerie CHAIX, rue Bergère, 20, à Paris.
Décembre 1895

Feuille : 395 x 285 mm
Affiche : 340 x 230 mm

Les Maîtres de l’affiche est une publication illustrée mensuelle française, éditée entre décembre 1895 et novembre 1900. Son titre complet est Les Maîtres de l’affiche : publication mensuelle contenant la reproduction des plus belles affiches illustrées des grands artistes, français et étrangers, éditée par L’Imprimerie Chaix, Paris. (source wikipédia)

An Artist’s Model is a two-act musical by Owen Hall, with lyrics by Harry Greenbank and music by Sidney Jones, with additional songs by Joseph and Mary Watson, Paul Lincke, Frederick Ross, Henry Hamilton and Leopold Wenzel. It opened at Daly’s Theatre in London, produced by George Edwardes and directed by James T. Tanner, on 2 February 1895, transferring to the Lyric Theatre on 28 May 1895, and ran for a total of 392 performances. The piece starred Marie Tempest (and later Florence Perry) in the title role, Hayden Coffin, Letty Lind, Leonora Braham, Eric Lewis, Maurice Farkoa, Marie Studholme, and Louie Pounds.[1] It also had a Broadway run at the former Broadway Theatre from December 21, 1895 through February 8, 1896. (source wikipédia)

Dame Mary Susan Etherington, DBE (15 July 1864 – 15 October 1942), known professionally as Marie Tempest, was an English singer and actress.
Tempest became a famous soprano in late Victorian light opera and Edwardian musical comedies. Later, she became a leading comic actress and toured widely in North America and elsewhere. She was, at times, her own theatre manager during a career spanning 55 years. She was also instrumental in the founding of the actors’ union Equity in Britain.
In 1895 George Edwardes brought her back to London to star in his Daly’s Theatre productions, beginning with Adele in An Artist’s Model, which ran for more than 400 performances. (source wikipédia)

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