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Les Amants de Torquate by unattributed artist (Bargain Gazette du Bon Ton Pochoir - panteek)

Les Amants de Torquate by unattributed artist (Bargain Gazette du Bon Ton Pochoir - panteek)

illustration of Jugend Magazine (1934) by unattributed artist (Michael)

illustration of Jugend Magazine (1934) by unattributed artist (Michael)

Portrait de Mademoiselle Agnès by Jean Dunand (1877–1942), French lacquer, sculptor, dinandier (copper manufacturer) and interior designer. He is considered the greatest lacquer artist of the Art Deco period (les annees elegantes - wiki)

Portrait de Mademoiselle Agnès by Jean Dunand (1877–1942), French lacquer, sculptor, dinandier (copper manufacturer) and interior designer. He is considered the greatest lacquer artist of the Art Deco period (les annees elegantes - wiki)

Le Petite Chaperon Rouge ~ La Vie Parisienne (c.1927) by unattributed artist (maudelynn)

Le Petite Chaperon Rouge ~ La Vie Parisienne (c.1927) by unattributed artist (maudelynn)

portrait of the artist's daughter, Sylvie, age 6 (1928) by Bernard Boutet De Monvel (1881-1949), French -  one of the most celebrated painters of his day -  his palette was a few greys, a few earths and a lot of black; his illustration always dealt with in a flat tint and at a low angle so as to accentuate the monumental aspect; and most importantly, his line was refined to an extreme degree so the figure is reduced to the bare essentials (wiki - little augury)

portrait of the artist's daughter, Sylvie, age 6 (1928) by Bernard Boutet De Monvel (1881-1949), French - one of the most celebrated painters of his day - his palette was a few greys, a few earths and a lot of black; his illustration always dealt with in a flat tint and at a low angle so as to accentuate the monumental aspect; and most importantly, his line was refined to an extreme degree so the figure is reduced to the bare essentials (wiki - little augury)

portrait of the artist's wife (1936) by Bernard Boutet De Monvel (1881-1949), French -  one of the most celebrated painters of his day -  his palette was a few greys, a few earths and a lot of black; his illustration always dealt with in a flat tint and at a low angle so as to accentuate the monumental aspect; and most importantly, his line was refined to an extreme degree so the figure is reduced to the bare essentials (wiki - little augury)

portrait of the artist's wife (1936) by Bernard Boutet De Monvel (1881-1949), French - one of the most celebrated painters of his day - his palette was a few greys, a few earths and a lot of black; his illustration always dealt with in a flat tint and at a low angle so as to accentuate the monumental aspect; and most importantly, his line was refined to an extreme degree so the figure is reduced to the bare essentials (wiki - little augury)

portrait of the artist's daughter, Sylvia, age 19 (1941) by Bernard Boutet De Monvel (1881-1949), French -  one of the most celebrated painters of his day -  his palette was a few greys, a few earths and a lot of black; his illustration always dealt with in a flat tint and at a low angle so as to accentuate the monumental aspect; and most importantly, his line was refined to an extreme degree so the figure is reduced to the bare essentials (wiki - little augury)

portrait of the artist's daughter, Sylvia, age 19 (1941) by Bernard Boutet De Monvel (1881-1949), French - one of the most celebrated painters of his day - his palette was a few greys, a few earths and a lot of black; his illustration always dealt with in a flat tint and at a low angle so as to accentuate the monumental aspect; and most importantly, his line was refined to an extreme degree so the figure is reduced to the bare essentials (wiki - little augury)

The Joke (1932) by Ethel Spowers (1890–1947), Australian - associated with the Grosvenor School of Modern Art in Britain (justcollecting)

The Joke (1932) by Ethel Spowers (1890–1947), Australian - associated with the Grosvenor School of Modern Art in Britain (justcollecting)

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