Lithograph of a French Ocean Liner "Lîle est Vilaine" by Paul Iribe

Paul Iribe (1883-1935). Lithograph of a French ocean liner in the port of New York , "Lîle est Vilaine" , drawn from "La Mort de Circé ou La Revanche du Cochon", published by Éditions François Bernouard. France: 1928. Paul Iribe was a French illustrator and designer in the decorative arts. He worked in Hollywood during the 1920s and was Coco Chanel's lover from 1931 to his death. Iribe's career was a prolific one, contributing text and visuals to Vogue magazine, designing fabrics, furniture, rugs and doing interior design work for wealthy clients.[2] Provenance: Estate of Isobel Robins Konecky, Broadway theater producer , New York.

18.25 in. (46.36 cm)
11.5 in. (29.21 cm)
1 in. (2.54 cm)
Good condition, Trimmed within the margin. Provenance: Estate of Isobel Robins Konecky, New York Brodway theater producer.

Circa 1928