This poster titled "Costumes of the Latin Quarter" was published in 1978 by The Boston Center. A very limited supply of these posters were set aside and signed by Erte at the time of publication. Now over 35 years old and no longer in print, they are very rare and make excellent collector's items.

ERTE (1892-1990) Born Romain de Tirtoff in imperial St. Petersburg, Russia, Erte derived his pen name from the French pronunciation of his initials "R.T." Over a long and distinguished career, he had a major influence on the style and design of the 20th Century. The designs created by Erte during his life influenced not only the world of theater, film and fashion, but an entire art movement as well. The genius of the artist is evidenced by an enormous body of work that is considered among the most influential and unique of the 20th century. His achievements earned him the title "Father of Art Deco."

Original Edition Offset Lithograph on premium paper, circa 1978. Paper Size: 27.75" x 22.75." Signed in pencil. Published by Boston Center for the Arts. Excellent Condition; never framed or matted. Certificate of Authenticity included.

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