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Pierre Mourgue

Surprisingly little is recorded about Pierre Mourgue other than his work and his associations with Gazette du Bon Ton and VOGUE (where he was illustrating until at least 1933). Aesthetically, his work was close in tone to Brissaud’s but with a bolder, more forceful sense of color. His illustrations are often considered some of the most characteristic of the period.

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1. Le Rideau D'Argent

2. Confrontation

3. La Petite Mademoiselle

4. Soir de Paris

5. La Loge D'opèra

6. Bouquet de Violettes