Big size lithograph poster advertising a mime show. Jules Chéret was widely renowned for the free-spirited females - popularly called “Cherettes” - he used to portray in his posters; he seems less comfortable with men: that's maybe why this Pierrot looks so androgynous. Printed by Chaix.
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|A+ Is a flawless example of a poster rarely seen in such fine condition.|
|A Designates a poster in very fine condition. There may be some tears on the margins, but not noticeable. No paper loss. Colours are fresh and has no blemish.|
|A- There may be some slight fold marks, tear or other minor defect, but most unobtrusive. Successful restoration if restored.|
|B+ If some restoration it is not immediately evident.|
|B Designates a poster in good condition. There may be some tears. Blemish or paper loss, but not in any crucial design area. Colours are fresh and the poster has a very good appearance.|
|B- Restoration may show some defects. Colours along the fold marks are faded.|
|C+ Restorations are visible.|
|C Designates a poster in fair condition. Tears, blemish, fold marks and or paper loss are more pronounced or may slightly affect the image of the poster. Colours may be faded.|
|C- Requires restoration.|
|Author||CHERET Jules (1836 – 1932)|
|Country||Francia - France|