Add a touch of fashion history into your home with the lovely Gazette du Bon Ton – No7 1920 Les Quatre Bouquets Framed Giclee Print. Perfect for your bedroom, living room or study. Gazette du Bon Ton was a unique Parisian Fashion Journal started by Lucien Vogel in 1912. Vogel, in an effort to emphasise the connections between fashion and art, provided exquisite fashion plates created by Modern artists such as George Lepape, Georges Barbier, Charles Martin, Pierre Lepape, and others. Marketed towards the Paris elite, prints of exclusive and trend setting fashions appeared in limited editions. Each Fashion print was hand-painted in vivid colours on handmade paper, making Gazette du Bon Ton one of the most desired period fashion magazines for collectors today. The Courtauld Gallery is an art museum based in Somerset House, Central London. It houses the art collection the Courtauld Institute of Art, a college of the University of London, specialising in art history and conservation. It is known for its collection of French Impressionist and Post Impressionist paints. Now you can have stylish artwork in a size to fit your space. The high-quality image resolution creates exceptional clarity, depth and richness of colour that really enlivens your walls.