Based on an 1896 Phebus Poster by H. Gray
Fine art giclee print on heavy acid free archival paper using 100+ year fade resistant inks.
POSTER SIZING: These three posters are printed to the exact size and will fit readily available standard sized frames.
Henri Boulanger was also known by the pseudonym "Gray" or "H. Gray" which he adopted early on in his career. Gray began his career as an illustrator, contributing his works to magazines and journals. In 1882, he was a principal artist for a magazine called Paris's Amuse. He then moved to Chronique Parisienne where he was also a principal artist designing the covers for the magazine. He produced a number of posters during the height of the poster craze in Paris, which remain sought after throughout the world today.