Vintage film history French art nouveau Jules Cheret

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Note: 1" - 2" minimum borders will be added around images and will vary depending on the appropriate aspect ratio to fit each paper size. Images are centered and 'padded' for non-standard sized images.

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  • Lightly textured 100% cotton paper
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Re-restored in 2016.
Interested in the history of the movies? Then you shouldn’t miss out on this one.
Super high resolution.
By Jules Chéret, 1892.
For: Musée Grevin, Pantomimes of light by (film pioneer) Emile Reynaud his optical theater, music by Gaston Paulin, daily from 3 to 6 a from 8 to 11
The Théâtre Optique was a moving picture show presented by Charles-Émile Reynaud in 1892. It was the first presentation of projected moving images to an audience, predating Auguste and Louis Lumière’s first public performance by three years. This is a reproduction of the actual advertisement announcing this FIRST show. On 28 October 1892 he gave the first public performance of a moving picture show at the Musée Grévin in Paris. The show, billed as Pantomimes Lumineuses, included three cartoons, Pauvre Pierrot, Un bon bock, and Le Clown et ses chiens, each consisting of 500 to 600 individually painted images and lasting about 15 minutes. Reynaud acted as the projectionist and the show was accompanied by a piano player. Although the films shown by the Lumière Brothers in 1895 eclipsed it, the show stayed at the Musée Grévin until 1900 by which time over 500,000 people had seen it.
Jules Chéret (May 31, 1836 – September 23, 1932) was a French painter and lithographer who became a master of Belle Époque poster art. He has been called the father of the modern poster.

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