La Vie Parisienne print of a vintage Art Deco design, depicting a woman jumping off a diving board.
French Text : Une Parisienne a la mer. Ohe! les poissons... Me v'la!
Translation : A Parisienne sea. Oih! fish I'm coming!
The shape of the woman perched at the edge of a pier or diving board, beautifully captures the moment just before she plunges into the waters below. The pose is reminiscent of Art Deco nymph car mascots or hood ornaments, displaying beauty, elegance and grace. The print design is framed by basic lines and the simple curved waves of the sea.
Original Design DetailsYear:1926Artist:Léonnec, Georges (1881–1940)Source: La Vie Parisienne - a French weekly magazine founded in Paris in 1863.
Print DetailsSize:14" x 18" (35.6cm x 45.7cm)Paper:320gsm cotton art paper
This museum quality Art Deco print is produced on thick 320gsm paper. The print is then tissue wrapped, boxed in strong double walled cardboard and shipped flat to preserve its quality. It measures 14" x 18" (35.6cm x 45.7cm), slightly larger than A3.
Framed photos are for illustrative purposes only.
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