Fashion plate from Costumes Parisiens

Made by Gose, Franciso Javier in Paris, France, 1912.

This fashion plate is one of a total collection of 186 Costumes Parisien fashion plates created for the Journal des Dames et des Modes by leading commercial artists of the day - George Barbier, Leon Bakst, Pierre Legrain, Etienne Drian, Victor Lheur, Gerda Wegener, J. van Brock, Armand Vallee and others.
At the time that the plates were produced, the fashionable woman had to own a bewildering number of outfits for different times of the day and for different activities - everything from morning,...


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Physical Description

Fashion plate, Costumes Parisiens No 6, pochoir (engraved and screen printed / stencilled) print / mounted on card, designed by Franciso Javier Gose, Journal des Dames et des Modes, Paris, France, 1912

Fashion plate, Journal des Dames et des Modes, Costumes Parisiens No 6, engraved and screened printed 'pochoir' print, 'Robe a Panier en Satin cafe', des. Franciso Javier Gose, Paris, 1912

'Robe a Panier en Satin cafe'
Translation: Dress with panniers in coffee-coloured satin.



Francisco Javier Gose (Lerida 1876 - Lerida 1915)
Studied the Academie des beaux-arts, Barcelona. Went to Paris in 1900 where he frequented the studio of Jose Luis Pellicier. Designer/ullustrator for the Assiette au Buerre and the Rire. Before his early death, he contributed to the journal of political satire, Simplicissimus.
Executed Journal des Dames et des Modes plate nos 6, 13, 17.

Fashion plate created for the Journal des dames et des modes, Paris 1912


Gose, Franciso Javier 1912



Purchased by donor for private collection from various vendors in Sydney and internationally, including at flea markets on the left bank of the River Seine, Paris


Credit Line

Donated through the Australian Government Cultural Gifts Program by Alistair Roberts, 2003

Acquisition Date

22 January 2003

Cite this Object


Fashion plate from Costumes Parisiens 2018, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 21 September 2018, <>


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