Alfred Choubrac was a French painter, illustrator, draughtsman, poster artist and costume designer. Together with Jules Chéret he is considered to be one of the pioneers of the modern coloured and illustrated poster of the Belle Époque in France, in particular in Paris.
He was born in Montmartre (Paris). Alfred was trained as a classical artist with the painters Charles Doërr and Isidore Pils at the École des Beaux Arts.
Alfred specialized in posters for shows in the Parisian night-life scene of the Belle Époque, for places such as the Théâtre des Variétés, Théâtre du Châtelet, Folies Bergère, Opéra comique, Moulin rouge, Casino de Paris, the Eldorado, the Circus Fernando.
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La Belle Époque
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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