Coles Phillips (1880-1927) was an American and Art Deco illustrator who worked from World War I to the late 1920s. He was a pioneer : he introduced for the first time the Art Deco style into adversitings and fashion magazines. … Continue reading →
André Édouard Marty (1882-1974) was a French engraver and illustrator. He studied at the École des Beaux arts where he met the future Art Deco illustrators André Brissaud, Georges Lepape and Charles Martin. He was an important figure of the … Continue reading →
“Matou en peluche” (“Stuffed tomcat” in French) is a talented illustrator based in Australia. His drawings are graceful and inspired by Art Deco (1920s, 1930s). Among his favourite subjects, there are portraits of women with an Art Deco style and … Continue reading →
The French artist Georges Lepape (1887-1971) was a wellknown fashion illustrator. He illustrated Paul Poiret collections (“Les choses de Paul Poiret… vues par Georges Lepape” 1911) but also Jeanne Lanvin creations. He collaborated with famous fashion magazines such as “La … Continue reading →
George Wolfe Plank (1883-1965) was an American artist who collaborated with Vogue from 1911 to 1936 (fashion illustrations and covers). He also illustrated Vanity Fair covers. His Art Deco style drawings are ravishing and inspired.
Helen Dryden (1887-1981) was an American artist who collaborated with Vogue during 13 years (1909-1922). She made fashion illustrations and covers for Vogue but also for Delineator and Studebaker. According to The New York Times, Helen Dryden was the most … Continue reading →
Edna Crompton (1882-1952) was an American artist and illustrator from the “Golden Age of illustration“. She painted with oil on canvas, portraits of women. Mainly in the 1920s, her oil paintings were used as covers in American magazines like The Saturday Evening … Continue reading →