Absinthe Robette Poster 24"x36"

Vertical poster, 24" x 36"


Henri Privat-Livemont was an artist from Brussels born in the year 1861. Like many other artists of this time, Privat-Livemont studied the classic art style of art nouveau and created many posters and advertisements in this style. Although lesser known than Alphonse Mucha, both artists' work embody the delicate and feminine beauty of nature with their flowing linework and soft coloring.






This beautiful Art Nouveau poster features one of the most popular 'spirits' from the early 20th century, Absinthe! Known affectionately as the 'Green Fairy,' this dreamlike elixir was deemed far too potent for general consumption and was banned in the early 1900s despite having no real difference in consequence from other popular drinks. The Green Fairy herself was often a muse amongst early bohemian creatives, finding herself embodied in many songs, plays, and paintings- much like this one. This poster would be the perfect addition to anyone seeking to add a touch of art and beauty to their space.

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