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Between 1915 and 1937, Erte designed over 200 covers for Harpers Bazaar and his illustrations also appeared in publications such as Cosmopolitan and Vogue.
Dibujos y disenos de Erte (1892-1990) para Poiret han sido publicados en BLACKMAN, Cally.
Popular artists are represented with numbered prints from the likes of Peter Max and Erte.
Pavlenko is a beauty, with a face of Art Deco exoticism, as if drawn by Erte Though offstage she's small as a mosquito, onstage she reads tall and has an endless line that could have come as well from Erte's pen.
They created the city scene on a black bed sheet, dressed in costumes, created a dance and interspersed it with dialogue about Erte and his days with Harper's Bazaar and the Folies-Bergere.
Gerard Mannoni in his book Roland Petit: Un Choregraphe et ses Peintres gives a marvelous overview of all the painters with whom Petit has collaborated over the years, from Antoni Clave and Christian Berard to David Hockney and Erte.
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Robin Wagner's Art Deco set and Willa Kim's lush, camp costumes - which pay homage to such designers as Erte, Paul Poiret and Elsa Schiaparelli (one woman wears an absurd shoe-hat like the one Schiaparelli created with Salvador Dali) - greatly enhance the fantastic sensibility of what is admittedly escapist fare.
In 1986, for instance, the bureau blocked the sale of Collio wine from Italy because the bottles had labels that included a drawing of a nude woman by the artist Erte.
We were thinking either art nouveau or art deco, and Roy wanted something a la Erte.
In the 1920s and 1930s Erte and Benito (from Russia and Spain respectively) created styles that were widely imitated and were definitive reflections of their times.
Vendors sell everything from $2 shells to $20,000 originals from such art-world luminaries as Peter Max, Andy Warhol, and Erte.