Affiche du Chat Botté (Puss in Boots) 1910 Noir, illustration avec les codes graphiques de Steinlen (affiche du Chat Noir). © Le Chat à Botter

Affiche du Chat Botté (Puss in Boots) 1910 Noir, illustration avec les codes graphiques de Steinlen (affiche du Chat Noir). © Le Chat à Botter

(Théophile Steinlen, Tournée du Chat Noir, 1896) Le Chat Noir foi um cabaré francês no final do século XIX, situado na Boulevard Rochechouart, nº 84 em Montmartre, distrito de Paris. De propriedade do empresário Rodolphe Salis, foi inaugurado em 18 de novembro de 1881. Considerado moderno na sua época, sendo centro de encontro de diversas figuras públicas, como poetas, escritores, pensadores, pintores e políticos.


(Théophile Steinlen, Tournée du Chat Noir, Le Chat Noir My teacher had a poster of this in his classroom and I would always admire it.

A black cat works magic to lure patrons in to “Chat Noir,” the nightclub in this poster by Theophile Alexandre Steinlen (1859 – 1923). Originally a textile designer, Steinlen is best known as an illustrator who created posters of cabarets and music hall performers incorporating his signature cats. The Chat Noir, a lively Montmartre cabaret, published a journal illustrated by Steinlen, who created hundreds of images for French magazines.

Tournée du Chat Noir, c.1896

La tournée du Chat Noir avec Rodolphe Salis, best well know as Tournee du Chat Noir or Chat Noir in shortly saying, is as the iconic poster art advertisement of Théophile-Alexandre Steinlen for a tour of the Le Chat Noir's troup of cabaret entertainment.

Theophile-Alexandre Steinlen. Le Chat Noir poster.

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Poster Advertising an Exhibition of the Collection Du Chat Noir Cabaret at the Hotel Drouot, Paris Giclee Print by Théophile Alexandre Stein.

Le Dragon Noir A parody of course of the famous "Le Chat Noir" poster by Rodolphe Salis.

"How to Train Your Dragon" parody on the famous French "Le Chat Noir" poster by Theophile Steinlen Featuring Toothless the Night Fury Dragon! Size: Printed on: Glossy card stock paper. Artist signature upon request! Mom loves the original Le Chat Noir!

Montmartre - mid 1800's artists like Jongkind & Pissarro came. At century's end it become the artistic center of Paris. A restaurant opened near. Artists' assoc'd formed: van Gogh,Brissaud,Villon,Duchamp-Villon,Matisse,Renoir,Degas,Toulouse-Lautrec & African-Americas like L.Hughes drew inspiration. Picasso,Modigliani, worked a commune Le Bateau-Lavoir. The last bohemian Montmartre artist was Paul (1895–1975), Paul's calligraphic lithos - memorialize Montmartre, owe to Raoul Dufy.

"La tournée du Chat Noir avec Rodolphe Salis" by Théophile Steinlen represents Art Nouveau or "new art" popularized in the This style emphasized curves, nature, and harmony.

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Théophile Steinlen's 1896 poster advertising a tour to other cities ("coming soon") of the Le Chat Noir's troupe of cabaret entertainers. "Le Chat Noir" - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Café Le Chat Noir advertising poster by A.M. Cassandre, 1932 ..........imagine this at 32 x 24 inches framed oxoxox oooh lala :)

Cassandre, poster, 1932 The advertisement shows balance as the black colours (e. the cat and the coffee beans) balance out the lighter grey colours (e. the background and the bag of coffee beans).