Vald'Es

Art Deco prints by Vald'Es

Works originally produced during the 1920s - 30s by Vald'Es. Val d'Es, Valdes and Valdex were a few of several pseudonyms used by Louis Denis-Valvérane & Georges D'Espagnat. Louis Denis-Valvérane was a painter, engraver and illustrator, born in Manosque, France (1870 - 1943). Georges D'Espagnat was an Art Deco French illustrator and stage designer born in 1870. Many La Vie Parisienne illustrations are attributed to Vald'Es.

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  1. Full design - Printemps commence 1921 - La Vie Parisienne Print
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    Vald'Es La Vie Parisienne illustration featuring a naked dancing woman holding a flower basket above her head. The design references the custom Île-de-France, where women receive dog rose or lily of the valley flowers from admirers. Learn More
  2. Full design - Paris sur scene 1922 - La Vie Parisienne Print
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    French La Vie Parisienne print depicting a lady gracefully dancing with large hair and petals. This illustration of inter war Parisienne theatre was first produced in 1922 by Vald'Es (Valvérane & D'Espagnat). Learn More
  3. Full design - La nouvelle ecole 1920 - La Vie Parisienne Print
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    1920 La Vie Parisienne print of a woman in a wide stage dress with elaborate hat and fan. Learn More
  4. Full design - Enforce 1923 - La Vie Parisienne Print
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    Vintage Art Deco La Vie Parisienne print showing a woman trying to balance a heart. An ideal valentines gift. Learn More
  5. Full design - Le retour au foyer 1926 - La Vie Parisienne   Print
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    French vintage print depicting a woman at home warming by the fire. The female protagonist’s legs rest on a mantelpiece, as she rocks back on an armchair in front of a roaring fire. The childish action of rocking in her chair is a display of being carefree and happy. Reproduced on thick 320gsm acid free art paper. Learn More

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