Henri Privat-Livemont

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a Henri Privat-Livemont poster advertising Absinthe Robette.

Henri Privat-Livemont (1861–1936) was an artist born in Schaerbeek, Brussels, Belgium.

He is best known for his Art Nouveau posters. From 1883 to 1889, he worked and studied in the studios of Lemaire, Lavastre & Duvignaud. He, with Lemaire, created the decor of the Theatre Français as well as the Hôtel de Ville, Paris. He later moved back to Brussels, and worked on theaters and casinos there.

In 1897, he worked on the poster for the Brussels International Exposition (1897). The poster for the Absinthe Robette et for the Casino de Cabourg were published in Les Maîtres de l'Affiche.

Ameublement-1890
Casino de Cabourg-1897

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