Size: 7 x 10.5 inches
About this poster: Renowned Italian poster artist Luciano Achille Mauzan (1881 – 1952) transformed viewers into buyers with bold, humorous advertisements. An illustrator who was also versed in a variety of art forms, Mauzan created over 2,000 product, event and war posters during the Golden Era of Posters. Mauzan's posters are considered highly collectible, increasingly difficult to find, and spectacular.
Born on the French Riviera, Mauzan moved to Italy in 1905. He was known as a decorative illustrator designing during the Art Deco movement, though he also painted and sculpted. After a period of study at the École des Beaux-Arts in Lyon, France, Mauzan divided his life between Milan, Paris and Buenos Aires. Between 1920 and 1940, the period between the wars, he used forms and materials under the influence of the avant-garde cubists.
During his career as a poster printer and designer, Mauzan designed over 2,000 posters, using a style known for humor and brilliant colors in advertisements and events in over 1,000 postcard images.
This carton is a small version of a poster of the same design that would have been hung in a store window. In excellent condition and ready to frame.
From a private collection.