The end of World War I marked the beginning of The Jazz Age - a time of unprecedented creativity in the fine, decorative and performing arts. It was time to celebrate life and love with abandon as evidenced by Josephine Baker, Coco Chanel, and Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald. This exuberance is captured here in the work of William Ablett, Edouard Benito, and Sonia Delaunay among other celebrated artists.

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Jeanniot, Pierre Georges

(1848-1934) French
"Femme assise", c. 1920
Etching with drypoint
Edition of 102
11 3/4" x 8 1/4"
Very pale mat staining
Embossed monogram in margin
Signed in numbered in pencil


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