Absinthe Poster - Canvas Absinthe Robette

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Rated 4.5/5 based on 6 customer reviews
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This poster is one of the most iconic art nouveau posters of all. Created in 1896 by the Belgian artist Henri Privat-Livemont, this image for Absinthe Robette is without a doubt the most famous among the absinthe world.

For printing our posters, we have chosen a professional specialized in billboards and advertising mediums, so that we would obtain the best possible rendering.
So the canvas used is a Jetex 300g (10.6oz) tissue, entirely ecological, and anti-curling (allowing the poster to retrieve its flatness once you get it out of the parcel).

Opposite is a close-up picture showing the wonderful texture of the Jetex tissue.
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  • Dimensions
    39 x 53 cm
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    1,016 kg
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    39 x 53 cm
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    Canvas Print

Your comments

6 review(s)      |      Average score :


Added on the : 05/12/2019 English

We love the piece, we have just had a hard time finding a frame to fit it.

By Brian

Added on the : 18/04/2018 English

Beautiful quality poster, will be framed for my absinthe display!

By robair trebor

Added on the : 24/09/2012 English

In my humble opinion, this is the most beautiful absinthe poster ever printed. I consider it Mucha's masterpiece and have it framed in my drawing room above the table where my fountain, glasses and spoons reside.

At first glance, one does not notice the very healthy lady's figure through the sheer material. Beneath the gauze lies a fabulous study in nude anatomy, worthy of any artist rendering of the human form. The tilt of her hips and the slope of her tummy give her motion even though she is obviously standing still. Her form shows that she has been well endowed above and is ample down below, yet in no vulgar manner. She strikes one as almost innocent in her classic pose. She is no green fairy, but rather a real flesh and blood woman raising her glass and toasting a hearty "thank you" to the gods for this marvelous beverage.

The subtle sexuality of the smoke in the back ground has not been duplicated until recently by Gerald Scarfe's animations in the Pink Floyd movie "The Wall". It forms a misty background of infinite possibilities behind this beautiful woman so obviously in full flower.

The longer one looks into this picture, the more one sees.

By festeban111

Added on the : 08/01/2011 English

Classic and beauty printed !!!! I wish it was bigger, but it's incredible beauty anyway.

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