Lot 903

BERCHMANS EMILE

Winter Variétés La Dame aux Camélias Pièce de Dumas Fils vers 1900

La Dame aux Camélias - connue sous le nom de Camille en anglais - était le récit semi-autobiographique d'Alexandre Dumas, en 1848, sur l'affaire d'un gentilhomme bourgeois avec une courtisane tuberculeuse, Marguerite. Portant un camélia rouge quand e lle est menstruée et indisponible, et un camélia blanc quand disponible, elle était la dame aux camélias. D'abord adapté pour la scène en 1852, il est devenu une sensation théâtrale depuis plus de 50 ans. / La Dame aux Camelias – known as Camille in English – was Alexandre Dumas' 1848 semi-autobiographical tale of a bourgeois gentilhomme's affair with a tubercular courtesan, Marguerite. Wearing a red camellia when she's menstruating and unavailable, and a white camellia when available, she was la dame aux camelias. First adapted for the stage in 1852, it became a theatrical sensation for over 50 years. Benard SA Liège
Affiche entoilée/ Vintage Poster on Linnen T.B.E. A - petites restaurations / small restorations
63 x 23 cm

Estimate : 1 000 € - 2 000 €

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BERCHMANS EMILE

Winter Variétés La Dame aux Camélias Pièce de Dumas Fils vers 1900

La Dame aux Camélias - connue sous le nom de Camille en anglais - était le récit semi-autobiographique d'Alexandre Dumas, en 1848, sur l'affaire d'un gentilhomme bourgeois avec une courtisane tuberculeuse, Marguerite. Portant un camélia rouge quand e lle est menstruée et indisponible, et un camélia blanc quand disponible, elle était la dame aux camélias. D'abord adapté pour la scène en 1852, il est devenu une sensation théâtrale depuis plus de 50 ans. / La Dame aux Camelias – known as Camille in English – was Alexandre Dumas' 1848 semi-autobiographical tale of a bourgeois gentilhomme's affair with a tubercular courtesan, Marguerite. Wearing a red camellia when she's menstruating and unavailable, and a white camellia when available, she was la dame aux camelias. First adapted for the stage in 1852, it became a theatrical sensation for over 50 years. Benard SA Liège
Affiche entoilée/ Vintage Poster on Linnen T.B.E. A - petites restaurations / small restorations
63 x 23 cm

Estimate : 1 000 € - 2 000 €


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