Vogue Cover February 1929 Print
- Vogue February 1929 cover selected from the prestigious archive of British VOGUE © The Condé Nast Publications Ltd
- Art by Eduardo Benito whose signature Vogue covers gained him international recognition
- Reminiscent of the Cubism era, Vogue noted his signature style as the 'Big Head' with its geometric forms and Constructivism accents
- Outlined in pen, his fashion illustrations often resemble the figure sculptures of Amedeo Modigliani
50 x 70cm
Monte Carlo 300gsm watercolour paper. This premium paper made on a traditional cylinder mould machine by St Cuthbert’s Mill in Somerset where they have been making fine papers on the same site since the 1700’s. They are the only commercial paper mill in England to still use this paper-making process. Mould made paper combines the consistent quality of machine made papers, but with the individual character of handmade papers. A specialist coater adds an ink receptive coating layer, allowing us to print perfectly to conservation standards.