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Early French Postcards Mother Productions - 1992
Notes: Sold as a boxed set; cards are 2-3/4" x 3-3/4". Card fronts show black- and-white or colorized postcard photos, while backs give "historical" text.
No. Card Text -- French Postcard Art [Credits] 1 When putting together this collection of images I 2 The art of the postcard lies in its freedom of tho 3 So the erotic emphasis is on symbolism. A sexologi 4 Fetishism is part and parcel of all this. The virt 5 The golden age of the picture postcard we are used 6 Four years later Dr. Emmanuel Herrmann, an Austria 7 In 1870, the governments of Great Britain and Fran 8 By the 1880's line engravings of views had began t 9 The vogue for ascents with "X" marking the spot, h 10 (lounging lady) 11 The 1900 Exhibition in Paris coincided with the de 12 In 1902, the divided-back card was introduced in G 13 By 1914, 20 cards were mailed annually for every B 14 In 1918, the decline in Great Britain was quickene 15 "Cartophilia" was a craze that swept through Europ 16 In the Beginning, the cards were used and collecte 17 Even as early as 1900, France was famous for its l 18 During their heyday, postcards could be bought eve 19 One place that was synonymous with French postcard 20 For the collector who could not travel to the Fren 21 (standing lady) 22 (showgirls at mirror) 23 Some of the various sets were called "Ardent Kisse 24 Such risque pictures were bound to fall fould to t 25 Rene Berenger had some success. For example, he ma 26 The French cards were produced by many. Most of th 27 Anonymity was the rule. The artisans involved did 28 (standing and sofa) 29 During the 1914-1918 war, the cards cheered up the 30 The eagerly collected graphic, drawn cards were us 31 The Roaring Twenties saw the explosion of sado-mas 32 Fanny Herouart who signed his name Herric Mateste, 33 The pictures of this period show us that the photo 34 Even though French continued to be successfully ex 35 In Paris, around 1935, the photographer Yva Richar 36 The year 1945 marks a turning-point in this art fo 37 Irving Klaw's photograph of bondage and sado-masoc 38 Irving Klaw worked until his death in 1963. He fin 39 It has been said that photography and socialism we 40 (lifting hem) -- To Reorder More Cards Searchwords: jahoc, yr1992, mfrMother, catPinups©2014 Jeff Allender. Comments, updates, & corrections are welcomed!