Sale 2467 Part II: Vintage Posters, March 1, 2018

ARPAD BARDOCZ (1882-1938) 428 c ELKÁN ÉS GERÖ. Circa 1910. 37 1 / 4 x24 3 / 4 inches, 94 1 / 2 x63 cm. Seidner, Budapest. Condition A- / B+: loss in lower left corner; minor tears and creases at edges; slight fading in image; horizontal fold; pencil notations in lower left corner; ink notation on verso, showing through. Paper. Bardocz was an illustrator and poster designer throughout the early years of the 20th century who adorned his posters with graceful figures and often employed bold colors and decorative lines. In this elegant composition for one of Budapest’s premier furriers, a woman smiles as she makes her way through the snow with her two dogs, contently shrouded from the cold in her fine coat. From the Julius Paul Collection, with the Albertina stamp on verso. [3,000/4,000]