Gil Blas

Gil Blas was a periodical journal in France that was founded in 1879 in Paris. A Journal of articles on Art and Culture referring to writers such as Emle Zola etc with illustrations by famous artists including a large contribution by Theophile Steinlen. Many Poems, songs and short stories with illustrations. More and more difficult to find these early publications are gems to be discovered

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Gil Blas Theofile Steinlen c1890's Le chevalier a la fee

Gil Blas Chevalier
US$200.00
Gil Blas by Theofile Steinlen c1890s original Gil Blas was a Weekly Journal with informations on almost everything cultural of the time. In this cover you see a knight on a horse and a fairy.
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Gil Blas Theofile Steinlen c1890's Coquetterie

Gil Blas Coquetterie
US$175.00
Gil Blas by Theofile Steinlen c1890s original Gil Blas was a Weekly Journal with informations on almost everything cultural of the time. Steinlen was often inspired by his surroundings including his wife their babysitter, his cats and his home. In this cover you see a very french scene, a woman is carrying bread in the street.
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Gil Blas Theofile Steinlen c1890's Les digitales

Gil Blas Digitales
US$175.00
Gil Blas by Theofile Steinlen c1890s original Gil Blas was a Weekly Journal with informations on almost everything cultural of the time. In this cover you see a man with three maidens in the forest. They are looking at plants.
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Gil Blas Theofile Steinlen c1890's Fille de ferme

Gil Blas Fille de ferme
US$175.00
Gil Blas by Theofile Steinlen c1890s original Gil Blas was a Weekly Journal with informations on almost everything cultural of the time. In this cover you see a a woman working on a farm. Steinlen was often inspired by his surroundings including his wife their babysitter, his cats and his home. 
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Gil Blas Theofile Steinlen c1890's La bagnole aux cerises

Gil Blas Fille Cerises
US$175.00
Gil Blas by Theofile Steinlen c1890s original Gil Blas was a Weekly Journal with informations on almost everything cultural of the time. Steinlen was often inspired by his surroundings including his wife their babysitter, his cats and his home. In this cover you see a four women that have just bought some cherries at the market.
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Gil Blas Theofile Steinlen c1890's La furie

Gil Blas La furie
US$75.00
Gil Blas by Theofile Steinlen c1890s original Gil Blas was a Weekly Journal with informations on almost everything cultural of the time. Steinlen was often inspired by his surroundings including his wife their babysitter, his cats and his home. In this cover you see a Cabaret scene.
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Gil Blas Theofile Steinlen c1890's La fille

Gil Blas La fille
US$75.00
Gil Blas by Theofile Steinlen c1890s originalGil Blas was a Weekly Journal with informations on almost everything cultural of the time. Steinlen was often inspired by his surroundings including his wife their babysitter, his cats and his home. 
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Gil Blas Theofile Steinlen c1890's La poissonniere

Gil Blas La poissonniere
US$150.00
Gil Blas by Theofile Steinlen c1890s original Gil Blas was a Weekly Journal with informations on almost everything cultural of the time. Steinlen was often inspired by his surroundings including his wife their babysitter, his cats and his home. In this cover you see a fishmonger going to work.
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Gil Blas Theofile Steinlen c1890's Le don

Gil Blas Le don
US$75.00
Gil Blas by Theofile Steinlen c1890s original Gil Blas was a Weekly Journal with informations on almost everything cultural of the time. Steinlen was often inspired by his surroundings including his wife their babysitter, his cats and his home. In this cover you see a man offering to help a woman.
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Gil Blas Theofile Steinlen c1890's Monsieur, Madame et Bebe

Gil Blas Monsieur, Madame
US$125.00
Gil Blas by Theofile Steinlen c1890s original Gil Blas was a Weekly Journal with informations on almost everything cultural of the time. Steinlen was often inspired by his surroundings including his wife their babysitter, his cats and his home. In this cover you see a mother kissing her son.
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Gil Blas Theofile Steinlen c1890's La paysanne amoureuse

Gil Blas La paysanne
US$150.00
Gil Blas by Theofile Steinlen c1890s original Gil Blas was a Weekly Journal with informations on almost everything cultural of the time. Steinlen was often inspired by his surroundings including his wife their babysitter, his cats and his home. In this cover you see a woman carrying two buckets of milk. In the scenery you can see sunflowers.
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Gil Blas Theofile Steinlen c1890's Permutantes

Gil Blas Permutantes
US$150.00
Gil Blas by Theofile Steinlen c1890s original Gil Blas was a Weekly Journal with informations on almost everything cultural of the time. Steinlen was often inspired by his surroundings including his wife their babysitter, his cats and his home. In this cover you see a young girl singing at her first recital.
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Gil Blas Theofile Steinlen c1890's Le quartier breda

Gil Blas Le quartier breda
US$75.00
Gil Blas by Theofile Steinlen c1890s original Gil Blas was a Weekly Journal with informations on almost everything cultural of the time. Steinlen was often inspired by his surroundings including his wife their babysitter, his cats and his home. In this cover you see a reference to fashion.
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Gil Blas Theofile Steinlen c1890's Charettes de foin

Gil Blas Charettes
US$75.00
Gil Blas by Theofile Steinlen c1890s original Gil Blas was a Weekly Journal with informations on almost everything cultural of the time. Steinlen was often inspired by his surroundings including his wife their babysitter, his cats and his home. 
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