Original Poster Mucha Lorenzaccio 1896 Sarah Bernhardt Original Vintage Poster
Part V of acts of Alfred Musset. Sarah Bernhardt, anno Domini mdcccxcvi. Champenois, Paris, 1896 (or 1897). Height: 98.3 cm; width: 36.8 cm. At sight Dimensions: 38.7 x 14.48 inches. Signature mucha in the board. Poster pasted on strong cardboard and stored under canvas all-pass and glazed wood frame (frame of the second half of the twentieth century). Post laminated cardboard is strong and kept under canvas matt and glazed wood frame (framing of the second half of the 20th century). Status: paper yellowed and slightly insolated evenly. Modern catering to fill a gap in the upper edge (at the letters \slight color loss at the legendary head; a discreet tear without lack of 15 cm novice top edge; track very discreet and visible only at an angle in the upper left (at the fantastic animal); very slight slots in a small upper left corner; discreet tear without missing on 7 cm Length (through the letters a and n) and some small and light shade of losses in the supervisory net above the letters d and e; few tiny gaps in edging (hidden under the mat) and other tiny flaws. The poster does not seem to have suffered any significant damage to the size of its original margins. The defects were reported after désencadrement (poster who was then replaced in its all-pass and frame). All modern restorations were made with chemically neutral materials and completely reversible. The colors are very comparable with those of a copy by the Carnavalet Museum (Paris). Note that the glass frame produces light effects and shadows (which are therefore virtual) on some pictures below (eg with the full poster in frame). We are available to fans for any additional photographs. Condition: paper yellowed and Uniformly Slightly exposed. Modern restoration to fill a gap in the upper border (at the letters \Some slight color loss in the legend at the top; a discreet, flawless Approximately 15 cm of tear starting at the upper edge; very discreet and visible trace only at a certain angle in the upper left hand (at the level of the fantastic animal); very slight slits in a very small upper left corner; discreet tear without missing one 7 cm in the foot (crossing the letters a and n) and Some Small and slight of color Losses at the level of the net framing above-the letters d and e; A Few tiny gaps in the border (invisible from under the canvas mat) and other tiny flaws. The poster does not sccm to-have Suffered Any significant damage to the original size of ict margins. The defects Were Noted without framing (the post HAVING beens Then REPLACED under canvas mat icts and Its frame). All modern restorations-have-been the carried out using chemically neutral and completely Call reversible materials. The colors are very comparable with Those of the copy kept by the Carnavalet museum (paris).
Note que la glass frame Produces light and shadow effects (qui are therefore only virtual) we Reviews some of the photographs below (for example on the one presenting the poster Entirely in a frame). We are at the disposal of enthusiasts for Any additional photographs. Reference: Rennert & weill see p.
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