Original: 11"x14", Digital Art
| No Unauthorized Usage Without Permission From the Artist. All Rights Reserved.
(From "An American in Paris" Series)
"During the 1930s and 40s, Caroline
Gershel Davis of New York made
her fortune by creating knockoffs
of designs by well-known Parisian
designers. The Caroline Gershel
Davis Illustration Collection
includes over 2,000 copied and
modified illustrations from
designers including Balenciaga,
Chanel, Doucet, Lanvin, Molyneux,
Pacquin, and Schiaparelli, as well
as unnamed outerwear, evening
gowns, suits, day dresses and
describing slight changes to
designs can be found on edges of
many pages, as are fabric and
design details, initials, and dates,
some of which are written in
In this series I have taken the
designs and overlayed them onto
vintage maps of Paris. I added
travel elements and Parisian sites
to depict an exciting lifestyle of
women of high fashion."
|All prints are on 65 lb. white archival cover
stock; smooth finish (matte finish), and will fit
standard size mats and frames.
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