Fives fashion plates from Costumes Parisiens

Made by Roger Broders in Paris, France, 1912.

These fashion plates are from 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 mornin...

Summary

2003/16/7
Fashion plates (5), Costumes Parisiens 24, 29, 32, 36, 43, pochoir (engraved and screen printed / stencilled) print / mounted on card, designed by Roger Broders, Journal des Dames et des Modes, Paris, France, 1912

Fashion plate, Journal des dames et des modes, Costumes Parisiens No 24, engraved and screen printed 'pochoir' print, 'Robe de The en velours aubergine ocelle d'oeils de Paon Fourreau gris d'Acier - Turban aigrette d'un Lophophore', des. Roger Broders. Paris, 1912. Printed on Japan paper. Inscribed and labelled on the back.

Fashion plate, Journal des dames et des modes, Costumes Parisiens No 32, engraved and screen printed 'pochoir' print, 'Robe de soie de Chine bordee de chinchilla. Manteau de volours citron vert a grand col et parements de chinchilla, gland d'argent', des. Roger Broders, Paris, 1912. Inscribed on the back.

Fashion plate, Journal des dames et des modes, Costumes Parisiens No 36, engraved and screen printed 'pochoir' print, 'Grand manteau de Loutre. Col d'hermine. Chapeau noir a plume changeante', des. Roger Broders, Paris, 1912

Fashion plate, Journal des dames et des modes, Costumes Parisiens No 43, engraved and screen printed 'pochoir' print, 'Tailleur de matin en velours de laine orne de Skungs', des. Roger Broders, Paris, 1912

Fashion plate, Journal des dames et des modes, Costumes Parisiens No 29, engraved and screen printed 'pochoir' print, 'Robe et Toque de velours de soie vert de mer bordees d'hermine', des. Roger Broders, Paris, 1912. Inscribed on the back.

Production

Roger Broders (1883-1953)
Travel poster artist. Broders career was based around one major client - the Paris-Lyon-Mediteranee Railway. His art consisted of a breathtaking instinct for colour which he used to lifted tourism clichis into cherished travel moments. Broders was od a new period in tourism poster design and ushered in the style of the 30's. He was especially masterful at setting up compositions. His relatively rare posters are coveted by French collectors and poster connoisseurs.
Broders executed Journal des Dames et des Modes plate nos 24, 29, 32, 36, 43.


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

Source

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

Cite this Object

Fives fashion plates from Costumes Parisiens 2016, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 19 November 2017, <https://ma.as/11922>
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