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    A glamorous redhead coquettishly tosses her hair forward, its fearsome colour matching her orange lipstick. This piece from 1955 is by Pierre Simon- an accomplished illustrator of fashionable women, who also worked for Dior. The use of negative space emphasises feminine innocence, belied by her seductive eye. The cosmetics business Institut Jeanne Gatineau commissioned some of the finest commercial artists to produce work for their brand in the halcyon years of advertising art, before Revlon acquired the company in 1980.

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    Jeanne Gatineau

    $1280,00

    A glamorous redhead coquettishly tosses her hair forward, its fearsome colour matching her orange lipstick. This piece from 1955 is by Pierre Simon- an accomplished illustrator of fashionable women, who also worked for Dior. The use of negative space emphasises feminine innocence, belied by her seductive eye. The cosmetics business Institut Jeanne Gatineau commissioned some of the finest commercial artists to produce work for their brand in the halcyon years of advertising art, before Revlon acquired the company in 1980.

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    This chic ad from 1954 presents Jeanne Gatineau’s moisturising cream. Ideal for decorating a bathroom wall, this poster illustrated by Pierre Simon recalls the finest of René Gruau’s fashion illustration for Christian Dior. The use of block colours and the woman’s alluring figure along with its elegant representation of femininity place it in this tradition. This image would have fit right in with the modernism and refinement of Dior’s ‘New Look’ that took the world by storm in the 1950s.

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    Jeanne Gatineau Skin

    $890,00

    This chic ad from 1954 presents Jeanne Gatineau’s moisturising cream. Ideal for decorating a bathroom wall, this poster illustrated by Pierre Simon recalls the finest of René Gruau’s fashion illustration for Christian Dior. The use of block colours and the woman’s alluring figure along with its elegant representation of femininity place it in this tradition. This image would have fit right in with the modernism and refinement of Dior’s ‘New Look’ that took the world by storm in the 1950s.

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