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Les Maitre de L'Affiches Series Pan by Joseph Sattler Pl. 67 1897

A new client has given me the wonderful opportunity to sell his collection of Maitres de L’Affiche lithographs of French Poster Art.
Maitres de L’Affiche was created by Jules Chéret and represents one of the most decorative and monumental collection of the art from the Belle Époque of Paris, France.
Each plate is stamped, lower right with the embossed blind stamp and marked lower left with plate number and Imprimerie Chaix (The Printer) Encres Lorilleux & Cie.
The complete edition of lithographs is 240 posters and 16 Special plates (or bonus plates) which were issued to subscribers.
Each pages measures approx. 11 3/8 in. x 15 3/4 in. (29cm x 40cm)

Plate Number: pl 67
Artist: Joseph Sattler German (1867-1931)
Condition: Strong colors, two small holes on the top edge.

"Pan was a short-lived, but highly influential magazine devoted to art, literature, politics and social comment, published in Berlin between 1895-1900 under the editorship of Wilhelm von Bode. The literary contents of the magazine were marked by a sharp satirical edge well-matched by its avant-garde graphic styling. Pan promoted the newly fashionable Art Nouveau style, as well as the work of Symbolist painters such as Arnold Böcklin. Many artists, including the prominent Berlin illustrator Joseph Sattler, contributed to Pan's striking series of colour lithographed covers."

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