Japonism & Posters of the Belle Epoque

September 13, 2016 § Leave a comment

If you didn’t catch last spring’s Looking East: How Japan Inspired Monet, Van Gogh and other Western Artists‘ at the Asian Art Museum, please visit the show online.

The AAM did a great job explaining and showcasing, in detail, the way Japanese art influenced Western painters, printmakers, and more. Both the 1862 International Exposition in London and the 1867 International Exposition in Paris showcased Japanese fine and decorative arts bringing this hitherto unknown style to the forefront of Western consciousness. A new form of artistic expression, Japonisme, was created and influenced everything from the great Impressionist to the artists of the Belle Epoque.

Another source of inspiration for the artist of the day was an exhibit in 1890 at L’École des Beaux-Arts in Paris. The ukiyo-e woodblock prints with their crisp colors and use of negative space were in stark contrast to the intricately detailed paintings created by Western masters. These influences brought a sense of modernity and a fresh perspective to French, English, and American artists alike.

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The Century: July, by Charles Woodbury, 1895.

In this show, the Asian Art Museum used this Charles Woodbury poster as the cover of their program, his influences are immediately recognizable as is the blending of Eastern and western techniques. The show also featured the work of Eugene Grasset and Will Bradley, two of VEPCA’s favorites.

To learn more about Japonisme and it’s influence on Western artist, take a look at these great sources:

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This post was written by  Elizabeth Norris, Proprietor of Vintage European Posters
and Susannah Starr, VEPCA Intern
Established 1997
Member IVPDA
Our Shop:2201 Fourth Street, Berkeley Corner of Allston Way
Summer Hours Tuesday- Thursday 11-5
and select weekends 

Also available by appointment 

Please call 510 843 2201 or email vintage posters@vepca.com to confirm hours.

Visit our collection on the web at vepca.com

2016 Framed Poster Sale

September 6, 2016 § Leave a comment

Voila! A list and photographs of our framed original advertising posters for sale.
For the ‘dog days of summer’ all of our framed posters are on sale, discounted by 20 percent. We also have a small collection of framed luggage labels on sale, and these are discounted by 50 percent. Help us clean out the shop and make room for all of the rare new posters we are adding to the collection this month! All frames are sold as is.

Toni-Kola by Robys
This poster is a master work of color and design. Robys, who’s real name was Robert Wolff, designed it in 1935, the height of the Art Deco period. Two rare birds call attention to the brand, and at 78″ x 55″ inches, the viewer on the street would have been stopped in their tracks by this advertisement. RARE! Framed by the Studio Shop in Burlingame.

Nitrolian by Cappiello
Another gem by Italian Art Deco artist Leonetto Cappiello, this image perfectly illustrates the fast drying quality of Nitrolian paint! Said to be self portrait, depicting Leonetto painting the stairs of his atelier as his wife, Alice walks down them. Framed 20 years ago by Galleria Scola, this frame should be replaced. Our framed poster sale amounts to an opportunity to buy this rare and valuable poster at a great price!

Favor Cycles by Jean Pruniere
Every poster collector has seen the small 1935 Favor poster with blue figures in a circle, surrounded by red and white stripes. It’s a classic from 1935. This poster is the source material for that image! It’s a French 1 sheet poster, created in 1927 by Jean Pruniere. It is extremely rare. We find turn of the century bicycle posters with greater frequency than we do Art Deco ones. The piece was framed by The Studio Shop, and the frame was designed by an interior designer and placed it in the Sunset Magazine Idea House in Healdsburg in 2012.

Musique Instruments Rennes by Lotti
This poster advertises the proud brand of Bossard -Bonnel in Rennes, France and was created in the Deco period. Occasionally, you can find this piece with a banner on the bottom announcing that the store was founded in 1820 and that they are celebrating their centennial. Ours does not include the banner. Framed with a cherry wood moulding with a rounded profile which suggests the rounded arc of a grand piano.

Geisweiler by Marton
This stunning Art Deco design is really effective from afar. The bottle and glass appear to be floating in space, while the silvery ink which borders the poster set off the edges and contain the image. The technique of printing the stippled silver grey was tricky and Marton uses this skill in other posters as well. This example is framed with a wide, classic silver frame and was framed by the Studio Shop in 2009.

Lolita by Roger Soubie
We rarely buy or sell movie posters, but this one is too good to pass up. Like the book, this 1962 film was controversial. The cast includes Shelly Winters, Peter Sellers and James Mason. Roger Soubie was an important illustrator of travel posters in the 1920s and 1930s, and created some very famous posters for Chamonix Mt. Blanc. This example is framed with a flat-profile wide silver moulding. The profile of the frame echoes the lettering on the poster, and the mottled silver tone of the frame picks up on the texture of the stone lithography. Bonus! This poster used to hang in the bar of the famous Alcazar Theatre in San Francisco.

Squelette des Oiseaux
This piece is from a series of teaching posters which were created around the turn of the century, and were printed by Champenois, the atelier which printed the fine posters of Alphonse Mucha. Educational charts became common in the 1800’s because the industrial revolution had created a new middle class, more children went to school and classroom size increased. These charts needed to be large in scale and bold in color so they could be seen from any seat in the classroom. Framed by North Berkeley Framing.

Fine Armagnac by Eugene Oge 
Oge was a beloved Belle Epoque posterist who worked for atelier Charles Verneau for many years. Oge’s figures are caricature like- their facial expressions and gestures exaggerated- which means they translate emotion beautifully, an effective method in poster art. In this poster, two safe crackers are surprised when they open a safe and find Armagnac. The translation is “Nuts, there is no dough, but there is Armagnac, a true treasure”. This piece was framed by North Berkeley Framing and displayed in a law firm in San Francisco for many years.

Pelican Cigarettes by Charles Yray
A proud pelican casts a reverse shadow on the bright green wall behind him in this happy Art Deco Poster. The pelican wears a big smile, and eyelashes! The poster is embellished with silver ink in the outlines and was printed in France, circa 1925. Framed in a black frame with a dot pattern.A proud pelican casts a reverse shadow on the bright green wall behind him in this happy Art Deco Poster. The pelican wears a big smile, and eyelashes! The poster is embellished with silver ink in the outlines and was printed in France, circa 1925. Framed in a black frame with a dot pattern.

La Bouille Soleil
Winemakers, you will hold the trump card when you use our product! This poster advertises a ‘boullie’ or mixture which would fertilize grapes and protect them from mildew and black rot. The French grape crop had been nearly wiped out by phylloxera in the 19th century, and there was subsequently great demand for products like this. Framed with a simple orange moulding.

Carducci and Herman by David Lance Goines
A pleasing and natural design by master printmaker David Lance Goines which was created in 1981. The narrow shape of the poster emphasizes the length of the shovel. Poster is beautifully framed with a small inset of green mat covered with a wide grey mat and a frame which suggests the bark of a tree. Framed by the Studio Shop.

Domaine Chandon by David Lance Goines
A seductive nymph crowned with grape leaves hugs an abundant bunch of grapes to her chest and smiles. The model for this poster is a young Sophie Goines. Framed with a beautiful wooden ‘tinta negra’ frame with decorative pin markings by the Studio Shop.

Tentoostelling by Richard R. Roland Holst
In the style of the Vienna Secession, Holst, who was printmaker and ceramacist advertises an exhibition of prints. The image is of a tree with seeds, and the typestyle is distinctive. This piece is in an exquisite closed-corner frame which has an antiqued gold finish and is ornamented with floral rosettes in the corners. Framed by the Studio Shop.

Credit Nationale by Rene Lelong
After World War I, France set out to rebuild. The country, it’s population and it’s culture, all of which had been dealt a heavy blow as most of the battles were fought on French soil. This poster advertises a Reconstruction Bond, and features Marianne, France’s allegorical symbol in strong swords to ploughshares pose. Framed by Artscapes Framing.

Prestito Nationale by Mario Borgoni
Mario Borgoni was a gifted Italian illustrator and draftsman. He worked in the Italian “Liberty” style, also known as Italian Art Nouveau. Later in career, he became the director of the prestigious print house Richter & Cie in Naples. In this image, the soldier is shown in retreat, brandishing his sword as he holds up the tattered Italian flag. This image was used in the Huntington Museum Show about World War I titled “Your Country Calls.” Framed in a triple frame, antiqued gold on the outside, flat walnut and a beaded fillet. Framed by Artscapes Framing.

California Wine Land Poster Original Offset Lithograph Amado Gonzalez Original Wine Poster

“California Wine Land -CA Map” c. 1965, 45 x 33 (inches) $1,400

Wine Land of California Map by Amado Gonzalez
Amado Gonzalez studied with Diego Rivera in Mexico and immigrated to San Francisco where he worked as an illustrator and professor of art at San Francisco City College. In the 1960s he was hired by the Wine Advisory Board to illustrate a cookbook “Cooking with California Wine Makers and create a series of posters promoting California as the “Wine Land of America. The map shows which regions of Calfornia were associated with grape growing at the time. What is missing from the map is the interstate or Highway 5, which was started in 1966. Framed by the Studio Shop.

Do It Right Make It Bite Original Military WWII Original Offset Lithograph

“Do It Right Make It Bite” 1942, 44.75 x 32.75 $1,600

Do It Right Make it Bite
Cecil Beale created this inspiring poster to hang in factories and tell workers to concentrate on efficiency. The plane is meant to inspire a note of urgency- telling the worker that they are on the front line of this important war. Framed by our LA framer Allan Jeffries Framed with a 2 inch maple moulding and a black fillet.

Click on any image to open the photo gallery:

Framed luggage labels, discounted 50 percent. Click on any image below for details. 

Established 1997 , Vintage European Posters is a Berkeley Based dealer of
Original Advertising Posters.
We offer linen backing, custom framing and a collection of over 2,500 original posters from Europe and the The United States.
Visit Our Showroom at 2201 Fourth Street in Berkeley
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 11-5
as well as select weekends and by appointment.

To reach us, please call 510 843 2201 or email vintage posters@vepca.com

On the Road Again – VEPCA’s Fall & Winter Show Schedule 2016-2017

September 5, 2016 § Leave a comment

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You can find us at these shows in the upcoming months:

Many of the shows we participate in are holding strong, in particular we recommend
Palm Springs Modernism over the President’s Day weekend as a fun winter getaway and a treat for design fans. Book your hotel by November and sign up for home tours and film screenings by December 1st or you’ll miss out.

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Want our advice on where to stay in Palm Springs?

We like the Hilton and the Hard Rock because you can walk to the design district, but Palm Springs is full of great hotels, resorts, Air BnB properties and VRBO’s.

VEPCA has weathered some big changes with shows.

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Sarah, Franck and E at DODLA 2017

Four of our stable shows have changed management in the last 2 years, including
Dwell on Design
Sunset Celebration Weekend
The Hillsborough Antiques Show and
Healdsburg Antiques on the Plaza.

So, there have been some bumps, but we will continue to bring our collection closer to you with these partnerships.

We hope to see you, here, there and everywhere.

Elizabeth, Sarah, Susannah, gallery staff
Charly and Franck adjunct sales team

 

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Sunset Test Gardens at Cornerstone Sonoma

 

This post was written by VEPCA Owner Elizabeth Norris and Edited by Kristen Phillips of Blue Collar Digital 

Established 1997, Vintage European Posters is a Berkeley Based dealer of
Original Advertising Posters.
We offer linen backing, custom framing and a collection of over 2,500 original posters from Europe and the The United States.
Visit Our Showroom at 2201 Fourth Street in Berkeley
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 11-5
as well as select weekends and by appointment.

To reach us, please call 510 843 2201 or email vintage posters@vepca.com

Sunset Idea House in Berkeley

September 4, 2016 § Leave a comment

Idea Houses are like decorator show houses for engineers.

Besides beautiful finishes, they showcase state of the art technology for today’s home. This years’s idea house does this in spades.

Nestled in the hills of Berkeley above the historic Claremont Hotel, this year’s house was designed by architect Robert Nebolom with interiors by Geremia design.

We have been lucky enough to provide artwork for The Healdsburg Sunset House in 2012, which was a very cool Bluhome.  As well as for the Coastal Living House on Coronado Island in 2014.  So we were delighted to hear that this year, the house is in our own backyard.

 

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Downstairs bedroom with really cool Heath Tile. The room has a Moroccan vibe. That’s Sarah and I taking a photo in the mirror.

This makes sense as Sunset Magazine has moved their HQ from Menlo Park to Oakland’s now thriving Jack London Square. In former editor Peggy Northrup’s editorial explaining their move, she tells readers that Sunset is ‘following the reader’ from the burbs to the city.  Sunset’s offices moved from the city of San Francisco to Menlo Park in 1951, as an entire generation was fleeing cities and moving to the suburbs. In a sea change, new urbanism is here and many are choosing to return to urban hubs where culture is abundant. It is a phenomenal testament to our (then Mayor of Oakland, now 2x CA Governor) Jerry Brown that downtown Oakland has turned the corner from night-time ghost town to thriving arts and food destination.

Read more in 7 x 7 Magazine.

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The entry floor of the house with killer Bay view behind. David Lance Goines’ Berkeley Horticultural nursery poster behind us. VEPCA designed frames with Geremia.

Our posters can be seen on the top floor of the house, flanking the elevator. The frames are our latest off white and were framed by The Studio Shop.

Get tickets to the 2016 Sunset Idea House here.  The Sunset House is open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 10am – 5pm thru September 25, 2016.

 

 

 

Established 1997, Vintage European Posters is a Berkeley Based dealer of
Original Advertising Posters.
We offer linen backing, custom framing and a collection of over 2,500 original posters from Europe and the The United States.
Visit Our Showroom at 2201 Fourth Street in Berkeley
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 11-5
as well as select weekends and by appointment.

To reach us, please call 510 843 2201 or email vintage posters@vepca.com

Team VEPCA Updates for 2016

September 3, 2016 § Leave a comment

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Doug, Special Guest, E, Sarah and Charly at Gallery Barn Diva Dinner, Healdsburg August 2016

Working with vintage posters is a real treat.

There is exposure to history, to travel, to library sciences and language, and to an amazing group of clients and friends. Interns have cooked dinner for David Lance Goines, had drinks at the Standard DTLA, re-catalogued entire categories of our collection, decoded Instagram and Pinterest and driven up and down the 5 countless times. Most interns have stayed 12-18 months, and senior staff have stayed from 3-7 years.

We all stay in touch and some come back to help with projects on occasion.

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E and Charly, Healdsburg Town Square. Early show set up at 7 am = Sunglasses all day

Welcome Sarah Tanenbaum Adams
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Sarah grew up in Oakland and attended NYU where she studied Studio Art and Psychology.  After that, she studied jewelry making at the Revere Academy of Jewelry Art in San Francisco and went on to work with fine custom jewelers as well as making and selling her own designs.

Sarah also worked at A Great Good Place for Books in Montclair as their bookkeeper and card buyer so she has a keen grasp of everything retail. Sarah’s mother, artist Carol Tanenbaum has a ’framing habit’ (to quote Sarah), and so Sarah has a finely trained eye for custom frame design.

Favorite Poster: “Planten un Blomen” by Kargerg

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Welcome Susannah Starr
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Susannah studied at Humboldt State University with a focus on British Socio-Cultural History and Biological Anthropology. She worked at the Phoebe Hearst Museum of Anthropology before joining VEP as an intern, where she is working on our rock poster collection as well as social media, blogging and being an all around Gal Friday.

Favorite Poster: Air France Extreme Orient by Vincent Guerra.air-france-extreme

Christopher Gonzalez, who joined VEPCA as operations director upon his graduation from UC Berkeley in 2013, was recruited away to the Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive in January of this year. He now supervises 56 staff members. BAM/PFA is doing a great job with organizing operations for numerous programs and events in celebration of the museum’s inaugural year at a new facility.

Chris studied accounting while at VEP and his numbers always added up. He packed for shows, negotiated with teamsters to get prime loading dock positions at convention centers and logged thousands of miles in the Econoline van for VEPCA, traveling to Portland, Seattle, Palm Springs and everywhere in between. Chris also enjoyed helping people choose their first poster. Making art accessible to everyone was a CG specialty and we miss him!

The 2 things that Chris misses most about VEPCA are sharing stories and engaging with poster collectors at shows and cataloging and researching recently acquired posters.

Favorite Posters: everything by Alexander Calder and Liqueur St. Barbe

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Kate Klingbeil, master printmaker and multimedia artist, will move to New York on October 1st and is headedstraight to the

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E and Kate, Colophon Club November 2015

moon. Kate gave a series of talks with VEPCA about the process of stone lithography, she hung our rotating poster shows at Convert on 4th Street and did all of VEPCA’S photography and photo editing.

After she discovered that toxic litho inks were making her sick, Kate moved on to embrace digital animation, ceramics, acrylics and more. See her work on line, on Instagram, and at the Athen B gallery in downtown Oakland. Bon Voyage Kate, we will miss you.

Favorite Posters: Wissembourgs but especially the FROG.

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Candie Sanderson came into VEP like a hurricane in 2011 demanding a job lest she lose

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Candie and John’s Wedding July 2016

her visa and be sent back to Bordeaux.  Candie wrote our blog ‘These are the People in Our Neighborhood’ introducing VEPCA’s neighbors Peter Koch printer AKA the Surrealist Cowboy, and June Taylor of June Taylor Jams.

Candie, raised in Bordeaux and educated at the Sorbonne and UC Berkeley was a formidable writer. She translated the entire L’Estampe Moderne a series of prints and poems from 1897-1899 edited by legendary print house Imprimerie Champenois while working at VEP. Candie attended the masters program for creative writing in Montana, and upon graduation moved to Boston to teach French in Cambridge.

This summer, Candie was married to her grad-school sweetheart John Bennett in her home town of Bergerac in Bordeaux.  Candie’s phrase  “Let’s do this”, uttered before every show load-in, framed delivery or physical challenge will forever be a VEPCA favorite.

Favorite Poster: “Le Rouge Baisier” by Rene Gruau

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Emily Jackson, social media guru and UC Berkeley History graduate, taught us Pinterest, and could Facebook with one hand

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Charly, Emily and E at Em’s graduation from CAL

and tweet with the other. After a few interesting jobs as operations director at Steve and Kates’ Camp, and cooking teacher, Emily is now settled in as a grant writer for International Rescue Committee.

As a US sanctioned resettlement agency, The International Rescue Committee provides essential services to help refugees resume independent, stable, and productive lives after years of trauma and upheaval.

In 2015 Emily traveled around Central Europe, fell in love with Berlin, and is now looking forward to saving up for her next traveling adventure: a road trip around the US with her sister!

Favorite Poster: “Knowledge Wins” by Dan Smith

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Karlie Drutzcataloguing queen and master social networker Karlie has gone on from being an ultimate Frisbee champion to

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Karlie, E and Candie at the Standard Garden Bar, DTLA 2103

being a competitive runner and triathlete! While at VEPCA, Karlie brought her razor sharp organizational skills to VEPCA while studying history at CAL. She recatalogued our entire military collection, co-wrote our proposal for the Huntington Museum which turned into “Your Country Calls: Posters of the First World War” the show we guest curated at the Huntington Museum and library in 2014.

Today, she is the Charity Community Manager at everydayhero/Blackbaud creating content and webinars to help nonprofits use the crowd-fundraising platform.  (photo, favorite poster)

Favorite Poster: El Atomo Para La Paz

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Charly Leys worked full time with VEP from 2007-2013, weathering the entire, horrible recession in our small business. She assisted with moving the VEPCA operations from MacArthur Blvd. in Oakland into our swanky new digs in Berkeley. Meanwhile, traveling to Wyoming and Montana regularly and training her black belt in Aikido.

While working with the posters, Charly developed a strong interest in the design and construction of frames. She used her incredible mechanical skills and Aikido focus (Jedi powers) to apprentice as a framer in Hawaii with Glenn Young, master framer and owner of Artscapes.

Upon return to the mainland, Charly has partnered with Artscapes to open Artscapes Leys framing in the North Bay, with a design room open by appointment in Santa Rosa. She does the construction in her nearby, reclaimed “barnshop.” You can contact Charly at charly.artscapes@gmail.com

Charly likes orange shoes, surfing, goats, and her dog Kajal who has a frequent flyer number on Hawaiian Air.

Favorite Poster: Cabricabri

Franck Solerborn in Cannes, in the south of France, was the director of Maui’s Vintage European Posters

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Franck and his favorite poster, Levi’s by Ida Van Bladel

Gallery in Lahaina for a decade, while also farming on Maui and making candy in his spare time. After the birth of his third child, Franck decided that it was time to return to the mainland so his kids could see a pumpkin patch, snow, road trips, good schools and the real world.

Franck is now settled in Sacramento, CA where he works as a broker for Owen-Dunn Insurance Services and specializes in Group Captive Insurance. Please contact Franck-“I love my job”-Soler at francks@owendunn.com or 916-677-7382.

Franck continues to guest at shows with VEPCA when we need to speak French in the booth. If you meet him, watch out, he will make you feel one foot taller, 10 years younger and you will leave with posters you don’t remember buying.

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Established 1997, Vintage European Posters is a Berkeley Based dealer of
Original Advertising Posters.
We offer linen backing, custom framing and a collection of over 2,500 original posters from Europe and the The United States.
Visit Our Showroom at 2201 Fourth Street in Berkeley
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 11-5
as well as select weekends and by appointment.

To reach us, please call 510 843 2201 or email vintage posters@vepca.com

How Much Cover is Too Much, or Too Little? The French bathing suit controversy as represented in original source material

September 1, 2016 § Leave a comment

French beaches, or more accurately, the mayors of some French beach towns, have made headlines in recent weeks for their, so called, “Burkini Ban.” Many, including the New York Times and CNN, have commented on everything from the socio-political nature of the decision to it’s oddly hypocritical tone in the face of our more modern and multicultural western identity.

Posters, primary source documentation that speaks volumes to the ideals and cultural customs of their time, are snapshots into the past. The posters below highlight the fluid nature of French and Italian beach fashion across the decades.

This poster shows women, and men, in an array of beach wear. You can spot everything from bikinis and swim trunks to the couple in a high necked, full length gown and suit.

The swimsuit worn by the sunbather in this poster would seem harmless to many today. However, it was still considered revealing to many during that time.

This swimwear advertisement, from the same time period as the one above, leaves little to the imagination. Showcasing a naked woman in order to sell products was nothing new by this era but using this as an advertisement for beach wear, then policing what women wear at the beach shows the contradictory nature of the time. It also highlights how little has changed since then.

This poster advertises 150 years for the Baths of Rimini. Interestingly, Rimini is the same beach town mentioned in the New York Times article that inspired this piece. It begs the question; how will women’s self expression and personal representation be viewed by the world on the Rimini bath’s 170th anniversary?

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This post was written by Susannah Starr, Summer Intern and Edited by Elizabeth Norris, Proprietor of Vintage European Posters

Established 1997

Member IVPDA

Our Shop: 2201 Fourth Street, Berkeley Corner of Allston Way

Summer Hours Tuesday- Thursday 11-5 

and select weekends 

Also available by appointment 

Please call 510 843 2201 or email vintage posters@vepca.com to confirm hours.

Visit our collection on the web at vepca.com

 

 

Sneak Peek! New Acquisitions in Shop this Weekend.

August 18, 2016 § 1 Comment

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Hello friends and poster collectors, 
Hope you have had a great summer thus far! The best is still to come in California as we roll towards the warmer weather of September and October in our fair land.
I’m back from a month of travel and, once again, I over did it and bought literally dozens of great posters from all over Europe. I guarantee that you will be happy to see what I found.

 

 

Come and enjoy an Italian greyhound with us in the shop August 20-21 (Campari and Grapefruit) as we check in the new Campari Posters, great French travel, and sweet Swiss treats that are coming from near and far.
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More posters will be arriving from linen backing over the next 3 weeks- Please save the date for September 10th to see the full new collection in store but the lion’s share is being photographed and catalogued as I write this and will be available this weekend, but not on the website.

 

 

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Would you rather see the collection al fresco? Head up to Healdsburg Sunday August 28th (the following weekend) for the Healdsburg Antiques on the Plaza Antiques Faire. You can also see a portion of our collection of framed posters on sale at our Favorite Healdsburg restaurant and gallery Barn Diva.

Oakland 80th Anniversary

Special Sneak Peek  
VEPCA Outpost 2201 Fourth Street, corner of Allston Way,
Ample free parking on weekends
Saturday 11-7- cocktails at 5 pm
Sunday 11-5

Jeunesse au Plein Air (girl on stamp)

Healdsburg Antiques on the Plaza 
Hwy 101, Exit Central Healdsburg, corner of Center and Matheson Streets
Sunday, August 28th 9am – 5pm
With Every Good Wish-
Elizabeth, Sarah, and Susannah