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    Bourgogne Antonin Rodet

    $1160,00
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    Bourgogne Geisweiler

    $1160,00
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    ‘150 years of tradition’ are recalled in this magnificent vintage advertisement created in 1951 for Geisweiler. Light glints off this pristinely illustrated bottle of red wine which is conveyed with an attentive and detailed realism. The flatness of the yellow background brings out the depth and accuracy of the wine bottle. Ornate handwriting beneath it references the ‘150 years of tradition’ which Geisweiler can lay claim to. Like fine wine this illustration has matured with age, and gleams with sophistication.

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    Bourgogne Geisweiller

    $890,00

    ‘150 years of tradition’ are recalled in this magnificent vintage advertisement created in 1951 for Geisweiler. Light glints off this pristinely illustrated bottle of red wine which is conveyed with an attentive and detailed realism. The flatness of the yellow background brings out the depth and accuracy of the wine bottle. Ornate handwriting beneath it references the ‘150 years of tradition’ which Geisweiler can lay claim to. Like fine wine this illustration has matured with age, and gleams with sophistication.

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    A debutante noses the bouquet of a fine wine. The most minimal of pencil lines create her form, while red ink conjures up her lips, bracelet, and painted nails. The light glints off these blocks of alluring colour. Her lavish, long lashes entice. Her calm, dormant eyes allow her to focus on the smell of the wine before she brings it to her lips. This 1955 ad for Nicolas is a master class in minimalism and a tribute to luxury.

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    Elégance Nicolas

    $1200,00

    A debutante noses the bouquet of a fine wine. The most minimal of pencil lines create her form, while red ink conjures up her lips, bracelet, and painted nails. The light glints off these blocks of alluring colour. Her lavish, long lashes entice. Her calm, dormant eyes allow her to focus on the smell of the wine before she brings it to her lips. This 1955 ad for Nicolas is a master class in minimalism and a tribute to luxury.

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    Illustrator Charles Martin and copywriter Louis Forest created this advertisement in 1927 to promote the French wine retailer Nicolas, a company established in Paris since 1822. The text reads ‘ The wine must be old… but not senile’. The text’s meaning is demonstrated by the adjacent cartoon: a portly gentleman is shown standing proud at first and then slumped on the ground as if drunk. With its comic-book-style construction, this vintage poster will add humour alongside a dash of French class wherever it’s displayed.

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    Nicolas L’Art de Boire

    $1150,00

    Illustrator Charles Martin and copywriter Louis Forest created this advertisement in 1927 to promote the French wine retailer Nicolas, a company established in Paris since 1822. The text reads ‘ The wine must be old… but not senile’. The text’s meaning is demonstrated by the adjacent cartoon: a portly gentleman is shown standing proud at first and then slumped on the ground as if drunk. With its comic-book-style construction, this vintage poster will add humour alongside a dash of French class wherever it’s displayed.

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    This humorous poster from 1953 advertises the wares of French wine specialist Nicolas, established in 1822. Take a look at its bold use of block colours and its stripped-down colour scheme of black, red and white. The whimsical image depicts a conductor attempting to play a score on which the notes have been replaced by wine bottles. This visually playful piece illustrates the company’s ideal, expressed in the text of the poster- that wine service should be like a symphony.

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    Nicolas The Art of Drinking

    $1160,00

    This humorous poster from 1953 advertises the wares of French wine specialist Nicolas, established in 1822. Take a look at its bold use of block colours and its stripped-down colour scheme of black, red and white. The whimsical image depicts a conductor attempting to play a score on which the notes have been replaced by wine bottles. This visually playful piece illustrates the company’s ideal, expressed in the text of the poster- that wine service should be like a symphony.

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