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    This advertisement from 1948 was created for prestigious fragrance house Lancôme. The image shows a Cupid figure inside the perfume bottle shooting innumerable arrows out on all sides. The illustrator, Edmond-Maurice Perot, was also known as a painter of panels on ocean liners and a designer of stage sets. This ad was published ten years after Flèches was introduced. As the symbolism of the image no doubt makes clear, this fragrance was not intended for the shy and demure.

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    Flèches Lancôme

    $1560,00

    This advertisement from 1948 was created for prestigious fragrance house Lancôme. The image shows a Cupid figure inside the perfume bottle shooting innumerable arrows out on all sides. The illustrator, Edmond-Maurice Perot, was also known as a painter of panels on ocean liners and a designer of stage sets. This ad was published ten years after Flèches was introduced. As the symbolism of the image no doubt makes clear, this fragrance was not intended for the shy and demure.

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    Lancôme Les Eaux de Senteurs

    $1560,00
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    This avertissement from 1956 was created to advertise the fragrance Magie Tresor by perfume company Lancôme. The two women depicted in the image appear to be dressed in the lavish style adopted at the court of Louis XIV, the so-called ‘Sun King’. The use monochrome is similar to that seen in the 17th century fashion plates subsidised by the king to advertise the new French fashion of the time, Paris then beginning to outshine the former world-centre of fashion, Madrid, with an altogether more lavish and luxurious style.

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    Lancôme Magie Trésor

    $1560,00

    This avertissement from 1956 was created to advertise the fragrance Magie Tresor by perfume company Lancôme. The two women depicted in the image appear to be dressed in the lavish style adopted at the court of Louis XIV, the so-called ‘Sun King’. The use monochrome is similar to that seen in the 17th century fashion plates subsidised by the king to advertise the new French fashion of the time, Paris then beginning to outshine the former world-centre of fashion, Madrid, with an altogether more lavish and luxurious style.

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    This bold advertisement was created for Lancôme’s ‘Marrakech’ perfume. It dates from 1947, the year that ‘Marrakech’ was launched. Illustrated by the prolific painter, designer and illustrator Edmond Maurice-Pérot, it dramatically centres the bottle designed by the famous Georges Delhomme. ‘Marrakech’ was a truly exotic perfume, both seductive and floral. An oriental fragrance, Marrakech had a dominant rose note on a leather base. With its sandy beach and swaying palm trees, this image speaks to this perfume’s balmy, Eastern theme.

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    Lancôme Marrakech

    $1560,00

    This bold advertisement was created for Lancôme’s ‘Marrakech’ perfume. It dates from 1947, the year that ‘Marrakech’ was launched. Illustrated by the prolific painter, designer and illustrator Edmond Maurice-Pérot, it dramatically centres the bottle designed by the famous Georges Delhomme. ‘Marrakech’ was a truly exotic perfume, both seductive and floral. An oriental fragrance, Marrakech had a dominant rose note on a leather base. With its sandy beach and swaying palm trees, this image speaks to this perfume’s balmy, Eastern theme.

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    This intriguing piece from 1954 exhibits the fragrances of perfume house Lancôme. The three perfumes presented are Magie, Tresor and Kypre, each held by a glamorous figure. Kypre was one of Lancôme’s the original five fragrances the company issued in 1935 and helped to put them on the map. The illustration is by Edmond-Maurice Pérot, who creates an exotic neoclassical scene, bucking the trend towards minimalism. The perfumes themselves were similarly ornate in character, their notes nodding towards the orient.

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    Lancôme Perfumes

    $1530,00

    This intriguing piece from 1954 exhibits the fragrances of perfume house Lancôme. The three perfumes presented are Magie, Tresor and Kypre, each held by a glamorous figure. Kypre was one of Lancôme’s the original five fragrances the company issued in 1935 and helped to put them on the map. The illustration is by Edmond-Maurice Pérot, who creates an exotic neoclassical scene, bucking the trend towards minimalism. The perfumes themselves were similarly ornate in character, their notes nodding towards the orient.

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    This photograph from 1953 advertises a fragrance by Lancôme. Magie, issued in 1950, was composed by the company’s founder and celebrated perfumer Armand Petitjean. The picture is luxurious, breaking with the minimalist styles of the period. The French text “Parfum ensorcelant et tenace” means ‘bewitching and tenacious perfume’. Magie was a rich oriental fragrance, bringing together notes of jasmine, violet, musk and amber. True to the perfume it presents, this piece will add a touch of opulence to your wall.

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    Magie de Lancôme

    $1200,00

    This photograph from 1953 advertises a fragrance by Lancôme. Magie, issued in 1950, was composed by the company’s founder and celebrated perfumer Armand Petitjean. The picture is luxurious, breaking with the minimalist styles of the period. The French text “Parfum ensorcelant et tenace” means ‘bewitching and tenacious perfume’. Magie was a rich oriental fragrance, bringing together notes of jasmine, violet, musk and amber. True to the perfume it presents, this piece will add a touch of opulence to your wall.

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    An explosion of colours forms the backdrop to the limpid shape of a perfume bottle in this ad for Lancôme’s renowned Magie fragrance. This perfume was launched in 1950 as part of a range marking the company’s 70th anniversary. The extravagant palette of colours symbolises the array of scents that make up this fragrance, chief among them jasmine, violet, musk and amber. This is an ad that will dazzle and charm visitors. It’s an ideal artwork for making an impression.

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    Magie Lancôme

    $1250,00

    An explosion of colours forms the backdrop to the limpid shape of a perfume bottle in this ad for Lancôme’s renowned Magie fragrance. This perfume was launched in 1950 as part of a range marking the company’s 70th anniversary. The extravagant palette of colours symbolises the array of scents that make up this fragrance, chief among them jasmine, violet, musk and amber. This is an ad that will dazzle and charm visitors. It’s an ideal artwork for making an impression.

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    This poster for perfume house Lancôme dates from 1955. That was just one year before Morocco gained its independence, the country whose capital is the name of the fragrance advertised here. The spirit of Marrakech is evoked by the exotic darkness of this illustration and the stereotyped national dress of the dancing figure in its center. This vintage perfume created in 1947 was a floral, oriental fragrance that aimed to seduce. The distinctive poster art commissioned by Lancôme remains enticing.

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    Marrakech Lancôme

    $1150,00

    This poster for perfume house Lancôme dates from 1955. That was just one year before Morocco gained its independence, the country whose capital is the name of the fragrance advertised here. The spirit of Marrakech is evoked by the exotic darkness of this illustration and the stereotyped national dress of the dancing figure in its center. This vintage perfume created in 1947 was a floral, oriental fragrance that aimed to seduce. The distinctive poster art commissioned by Lancôme remains enticing.

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    This ad for Lancôme perfumes was created in 1941. Light reflects off ribbons sprouting from a flower. On the ribbons is written the names of famous Lancôme fragrances: Cuir, Tropiques, Flèches, Peut-être and Kypre. The strong use of black in this image creates an impression of seduction and the forbidden, a characteristic emphasised by the titles of some of the fragrances. The lighter colour of the text at the bottom—’parfums de Lancôme’—brings out the shine of the flower at the centre all the more powerfully.

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    Parfums de Lancôme

    $1560,00

    This ad for Lancôme perfumes was created in 1941. Light reflects off ribbons sprouting from a flower. On the ribbons is written the names of famous Lancôme fragrances: Cuir, Tropiques, Flèches, Peut-être and Kypre. The strong use of black in this image creates an impression of seduction and the forbidden, a characteristic emphasised by the titles of some of the fragrances. The lighter colour of the text at the bottom—’parfums de Lancôme’—brings out the shine of the flower at the centre all the more powerfully.

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    Parfums de Lancôme

    $1560,00
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    This beautiful advertisement from 1940 was created for Lancôme to advertise their Tropiques fragrance. The bursting profusion of flowers surrounding the simply designed bottle reflects the richness of this perfume, which was said to be reminiscent of Latin America. Created by master perfumer Armand Petitjean, Tropiques was an exotic perfume laden with citrus, spices, white flowers and precious woods. Despite the lushness of the perfume, this vintage ad is understated in black and white, and would add a touch of luxury to an interior without being too intrusive.

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    Tropiques de Lancôme

    $1560,00

    This beautiful advertisement from 1940 was created for Lancôme to advertise their Tropiques fragrance. The bursting profusion of flowers surrounding the simply designed bottle reflects the richness of this perfume, which was said to be reminiscent of Latin America. Created by master perfumer Armand Petitjean, Tropiques was an exotic perfume laden with citrus, spices, white flowers and precious woods. Despite the lushness of the perfume, this vintage ad is understated in black and white, and would add a touch of luxury to an interior without being too intrusive.

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