Freedom on two wheels! – both for the women of the 1890s, and for artists observing dramatic changes in culture & industry. Read More.
That’s a Holwein ad for a 1914 Mercedes. It might be the only surviving copy in the world. Other luxury makes and models within. Don’t wait long: these cars go fast.
Dive into a lost world of entertainment: American & French farces from the Fin de Siécle; macabre Silent Era films from Weimar Germany; popcorn Westerns from the Great Depression & more.
Rare images of the legendary star of burlesque, from the Jazz Age to the Civil Rights Era.
A forgotten history of political speech from the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the Bolshevik Revolution, the U.S., Britain, France, and U.S.S.R. from WWI to 1989.
Evocative renderings of the Land Down Under, from the 1920s to the 1960s: enticing travelers to these wild Antipodes.
The father of the modern advertising poster offers 35 Art Nouveau gems from every stage of his career, including rare signed maquettes.
The Swiss master is a man of his time in these 20 rarely seen works: a 1917 natural, an Art Deco icon in the ‘30s, and a radical experimenter in the late ‘40s.
The archetypal artist of the Belle Époque dazzles us with 25 visions of lush femininity, floral profusion and once-in-a-lifetime finds.
Twelve superb examples of rigor, wit and geometric precision from the 1930’s Art Deco genius.
This little-known Hungarian gave birth to the field of political-propaganda art amid the chaos of post-WWI Europe. Here are 9 of his most powerful and iconic designs.
During the 1890s, this profane, drunk, disagreeable denizen of Montmartre became one of France’s greatest and most recognizable artists.
Plus hundreds of original, rare posters: Art Nouveau, Art Deco, ’50s Modernism, ’60s and more!
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