Theophile Alexandre Steinlen (1859–1923) began his artistic career as a designer of printed fabrics. In 1881, he moved to Paris, settling in Montmartre, and began to frequent the literary cabaret known as Le Chat Noir, founded by a fellow Swiss expatriate Louis Rodolphe Salis. It was there Steinlen met and befriended writers, such as Paul Verlaine, and artists Jean-Louis Forain, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Louis Anquetin, Henry Somm, Adolphe Willette, Félix Vallotton, and Caran d’Ache. The artists of Le Chat Noir established something of a private club or society of aesthetes. Steinlen was soon contributing illustrations to the associated journal Le Chat Noir, and this success led him to become one of the foremost illustrators in Paris at the turn of the century.
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All our small-sized Arte Aŭdaca posters are printed on museum-graded 300GSM art paper. The large-sized posters are printed on premium quality banner media. The matte-finish on these timeless classics adds to the overall aesthetic of your space. Our frames, made of recycled polystyrene and shatter-resistant acrylic glass ensure the sturdiness of these perennial artworks.
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