This vintage lithographic poster was printed by Parisian based prints Atelier Mourlot. The design is inspired by Alexander Calder's fluid and dynamic mobiles and works.
Founded in the 1920's, the Atelier Mourlot was the largest and best known print shop to manufacture lithographic works including exhibition posters. 20th century artists such as Matisse and Picasso would be involved in the production of exhibition posters printed by Mourlot, as they recognised that these images, shown on streets, buses and bulletin boards, would have the broadest audience.
711 x 533 mm
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