Paul Helleu Woman Easel examines artwork Cocorico 1900 French Art Nouveau
Paul Helleu Woman Easel examines artwork Cocorico 1900 French Art Nouveau Paul Helleu Woman Easel examines artwork Cocorico 1900 French Art Nouveau Paul Helleu Woman Easel examines artwork Cocorico 1900 French Art Nouveau Paul Helleu Woman Easel examines artwork Cocorico 1900 French Art Nouveau Paul Helleu Woman Easel examines artwork Cocorico 1900 French Art Nouveau Paul Helleu Woman Easel examines artwork Cocorico 1900 French Art Nouveau
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Cocorico No. 43. December 1st, 1900.

Published 1900, Paris by Paul Boutigny.
16 pages. Text in French. Masthead by Mucha.

Includes artwork from the following artists: Paul Helleu, Ch. Huard, A. Cossard, and Francois Kupka.

Scarce and visually pleasing original issue of this short-lived early 20th century bimonthly French periodical. 

Lovely turn of the century Art Nouveau illustrations throughout, in both color and b&w.

A famous publication, renowned for emphasis on quality graphics and lovely lithographic printing provided by the director Paul Boutigny.

Beautiful, fresh, clean condition, approaching as close to news stand new as one could ever hope for. Almost a time capsule survival, just trivial rubbing and tiny original stich holes at left edge.

Scarce and short lived Art Nouveau French turn of the century periodical renowned for its graphic sensibilities. Ceased publication after 63 issues, all of which are uncommon/ scarce today. The cover art is often worthy of framing.

Issue measures c. 8 7/8" W x 11 1/2" H.

[B923].