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Jean Dupas (1882-1964)
Jean Dupas (1882-1964) The prolific early twentieth century designer, Jean Dupas is today considered among the greatest artists of the Art Deco movement. Born in Bordeaux in 1882 and initially trained as an academic painter; from the 1920s onwards Dupas worked as a creative painter-decorator, producing diverse works ranging from grand scale murals and panels, to posters and other commercial designs. Despite his varied artistic interests, Dupas’ style remained distinct and immediately recognisable throughout his career, his work characterized by unique scenes set in dreamscape surroundings and figures always statuesque and elegant in appearance, with gracefully elongated necks and fashionably stylised looks.
Jean Dupas (1882-1964)

LE BAL DE DEMAIN

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Jean Dupas (1882-1964)
LE BAL DE DEMAIN
lithograph in colours, 1928, printed by H.Chachoin, Paris, condition A-; backed on linen
24 x 16 in. (60 x 40 cm.)

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