Z - Erté

z: from erte’s alphabet suite . i think i copied every letter when i was learning to draw.

Cover design for Harper's Bazaar, by Erte, 1927.

hoodoothatvoodoo: “Mariage d’Amour … Mariage de Raison” Cover Design for Harper’s Bazar. By Erté 1927

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Romain de Tirtoff, known by the pseudonym Erté was born the 23 November 1892 in St. He was an amazing talented artist and designer, who flourished in an array of fields, inclu…

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One of my early jobs was to catalogue the wonderful Julian Robinson collection at the National Gallery of Australia. Such a privileged job to handle those clothes and the fantastic pochior prints. The Brilliance of Art Deco' Julian Robinson

The art of Erte never fails to please me...it is truly beautiful, elegant, and perfect, perfect every time.

Artwork by Russian-born, Paris-bred artist Erté (Romain de Tirtoff); in 1968 he started producing lithographs which were immediately admired and loved by artists

Erte:  Erte was from St. Petersburg, Russia.  He began working for Harper's Bazzar in 1915.  His illustrations greatly influenced the "Art Deco" movement.  He also created costumes and designs for the era's greatest actresses.

Erte: Erte was from St. He began working for Harper's Bazzar in His illustrations greatly influenced the "Art Deco" movement. He also created costumes and designs for the era's greatest actresses.

Erté (Romain de Tirtoff) 1892 - 1990 -  Erté`s nummerserie.

Erté (Romain de Tirtoff) ‘Number Five’, 1968 © Sevenarts Ltd. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2014

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