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The 1st of 10 prints by Jean Auscher from the Tetes d’Affiches portfolio published in 1925 (1st ed., no. 100). Auscher (French, 1896-1950), was an artist, caricaturist and illustrator. He was most known for his wild and grotesque depictions of Paris society during the 1920s, also known as the “Annees Folies” or the “crazy years.” This particular print is of Lucien Guitry, one of the great contemporary French actors in the drama of modern reality.

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The 2nd of 10 prints by Jean Auscher from the Tetes d’Affiches portfolio published in 1925 (1st ed., no. 100). Jean Auscher (French, 1896-1950), was an artist, caricaturist and illustrator. He was most known for his wild and grotesque depictions of Paris society during the 1920s, also known as the “Annees Folies” or the “crazy years.” This particular print is of Yvette Guilbert, a French cabaret singer and actress known for being dressed in bright yellow with long black gloves.

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The 3rd of 10 monotone prints by Jean Auscher from the Tetes d’Affiches portfolio published in 1925 (1st ed., no. 100). Jean Auscher (French, 1896-1950), was an artist, caricaturist and illustrator. He was most known for his wild and grotesque depictions of Paris society during the 1920s, also known as the “Annees Folies” or the “crazy years.” This particular print is of Maud Loty, a prominent French actress who spent her fortune away later being reduced to sustaining on leftover produce.

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The 4th of 10 monotone prints by Jean Auscher from the Tetes d’Affiches portfolio published in 1925 (1st ed., no. 100). Jean Auscher (French, 1896-1950), was an artist, caricaturist and illustrator. He was most known for his wild and grotesque depictions of Paris society during the 1920s, also known as the “Annees Folies” or the “crazy years.” This particular print is of Vera Sergine, a French comedian and actress.

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The 5th of 10 monotone prints by Jean Auscher from the Tetes d’Affiches portfolio published in 1925 (1st ed., no. 100). Jean Auscher (French, 1896-1950), was an artist, caricaturist and illustrator. He was most known for his wild and grotesque depictions of Paris society during the 1920s, also known as the “Annees Folies” or the “crazy years.” This particular print is of Louis Jouvet, a French actor, director and theatre director.

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The 6th of 10 monotone prints by Jean Auscher from the Tetes d’Affiches portfolio published in 1925 (1st ed., no. 100). Jean Auscher (French, 1896-1950), was an artist, caricaturist and illustrator. He was most known for his wild and grotesque depictions of Paris society during the 1920s, also known as the “Annees Folies” or the “crazy years.” This particular print is of Raquel Meller, a Spanish actor, singer, dancer, and storyteller.

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This is the 7th of 10 prints by Jean Auscher from the Tetes d’Affiches portfolio published in 1925 (1st ed., no. 100). Jean Auscher (French, 1896-1950), was an artist, caricaturist and illustrator. He was most known for his wild and grotesque depictions of Paris society during the 1920s, also known as the “Annees Folies” or the “crazy years.” This particular print is another of Lucien Guitry, one of the great contemporary French actors in the drama of modern reality.

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The 8th of 10 monotone prints by Jean Auscher from the Tetes d’Affiches portfolio published in 1925 (1st ed., no. 100). Jean Auscher (French, 1896-1950), was an artist, caricaturist and illustrator. He was most known for his wild and grotesque depictions of Paris society during the 1920s, also known as the “Annees Folies” or the “crazy years.” This particular print is another of Raquel Meller, a Spanish actor, singer, dancer, and storyteller.

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The 9th of 10 prints by Jean Auscher from the Tetes d’Affiches portfolio published in 1925 (1st ed., no. 100). Jean Auscher (French, 1896-1950), was an artist, caricaturist and illustrator. He was most known for his wild and grotesque depictions of Paris society during the 1920s, also known as the “Annees Folies” or the “crazy years.” This particular print is another of Grock, a Swiss clown, author, composer, and musician.

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