Objects "Rue Royale Fine Art, LLC"
THE STING, starring Robert Redford and Paul Newman. The vintage one-sheet was created in 1973. Artist-Unknown. The lithograph was re-created on a vintage hand-pulled press in affiliation with the American Film Institute’s “100 American Classic Movie Posters,” in 2003.Read more
“The motivations behind the creation of the Bauhaus lay in the 19th century, in anxieties about the soullessness of manufacturing and its products, and in fears about art’s loss of purpose in society. Creativity and manufacturing were drifting apart, and the Bauhaus aimed to unite them once again, rejuvenating design for everyday life.”Read more
The Times of the Day (1899), a series of poster art created by Mucha not be associated with advertising but instead to be sold as art to the general public. Representing dawn, the reclining woman peels away her bedding as she rises with the sun.Read more
In the late 1990’s a group of Dali prints were created by S2 Art Group. These prints were created by using a chromist to create hand drawn mylars from the originals. Although S2 Art purported to have engaged Jean-Pierre Remond, who was Salvador Dali’s chromist for over 30 years, to create the mylars, Mr. Remond did not work on this particular series. In September, 2015, our company met with Mr. Remond in Paris and obtained a letter from him attesting to this fact. Even though Mr. Remond was not involved in this printing, the same technique and 1870’s French Viorin lithograph press were used to create these beautiful signed in the plate prints. The images were printed on Archival Rives paper and are in excellent condition.Read more