Steinlen: Le Chat Noir, Earrings

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$38.00
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These black cat earrings are adapted from Théophile Steinlen's La tournée du Chat Noir de Rudolphe Salis (1896). Steinlen's well known poster advertisement features a black cat with a red halo, a playful jab at Alphonse Mucha's distinctive style.

These black cat earrings are adapted from Théophile Steinlen's La tournée du Chat Noir de Rudolphe Salis (1896). Considered to be the first modern cabaret, Le Chat Noir was a bohemian center for the avant-garde. Its famous patrons included Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Jane Avril, and Yvette Guilbert. Steinlen's well known poster advertisement features a black cat with a red halo, a playful jab at Alphonse Mucha's distinctive style.


  • Solid brass, electroplated with non-tarnishing silver finish; giclee print
  • 1.75 inches
  • French ear wires
  • Hypoallergenic


Description

These black cat earrings are adapted from Théophile Steinlen's La tournée du Chat Noir de Rudolphe Salis (1896). Considered to be the first modern cabaret, Le Chat Noir was a bohemian center for the avant-garde. Its famous patrons included Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Jane Avril, and Yvette Guilbert. Steinlen's well known poster advertisement features a black cat with a red halo, a playful jab at Alphonse Mucha's distinctive style.


  • Solid brass, electroplated with non-tarnishing silver finish; giclee print
  • 1.75 inches
  • French ear wires
  • Hypoallergenic
Materials Brass
Art Style Impressionist


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