Wednesday, May 16, 2007

1920 ad for Creations Charlotte Truchot

"The original artwork was a Pouchoir done as an advertisement for the publication "Feuillets D'Art"."

1 comment:

dasboogiewoogie said...

Moin, Moin from Texas!
If you like the Golden entertainment of the 1920s, you might like Brendan McNally's dark comic novel "Germania" (Simon & Schuster, 2009), about the Flying Magical Loerber Brothers, four somewhat magical, Jewish vaudeville entertainers and onetime child stars who were the toast of Berlin before WWII and who reunite during the surreal, three-week "Flensburg Reich" of Admiral Doenitz, Hitler's very unlucky successor.

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