Lady and Animals - Women Art Print
Théophile Steinlen's 1905 advertising poster for a veterinary hotel and clinic, Clinique Cheron, in Paris is like a warm Art Nouveau cuddle! His love for animals is apparent in his art, and he was known to feed dozens of local cats in Montmartre! This heartwarming scene is not just a testament to his artistic prowess but also reflects his genuine affection for our furry companions. A poignant piece that speaks to the hearts of all pet lovers. See this image on a greeting card!
Théophile Steinlen (1859–1923), a Swiss-born French artist, was a prominent figure in the bohemian and artistic circles of Paris during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Known for his exceptional skills as a painter, printmaker, and illustrator, Steinlen's work often captured the vibrant and diverse scenes of Montmartre, where he lived for much of his life. His iconic posters, including the renowned Le Chat Noir, became synonymous with the bohemian spirit of the era. Steinlen's deep connection to the Parisian streets and its inhabitants allowed him to create evocative and socially conscious art, portraying the daily lives of the working class, the nightlife of cabarets, and the charm of domestic scenes.
Our prints are suitable for framing or can be used as is for wall display.
This product was custom designed and created at our location in Seattle.
11" x 14", Bagged with Backer Board