3 original issues of the French magazine Cocorico. Focusing on satire, literature, and the arts, Cocorico was a popular French magazine, lasting a mere 63 issues from December 1898 through May 1902. Featuring the works of Mucha, Steinlen, de Feure, Roubille, and Willette, the publication championed French Art Nouveau. Vignette on all fist pages were by Mucha.
These are the numbers:
48 (March 1901) with cover art by Gustave-Henri Jossot (1866-1951). inside is a beautiful full page illustration by Georges de Feure, titled l'Huitre préféerée. 30, 5 x 23,5 cm, no staples, string bound, so most likely taken from a bound volume (no traces of glue).
49 (April 1901) with cover art by Jacques Villon (1875-1963). 31 x 23,5 cm. no staples, string bound, so most likely taken from a bound volume (no traces of glue). Some wear to upper margin.
53 (November 1901) with cover art illegibly signed. 32 x 24,5 cm, stapled, wear and discoloration along the margins. Lovely douple page illustration in the center by Arthur Michael.
- No. of items
- Designer/ Artist
- Jossot / Villon / De Feure / Mucha
- Manufacturer/ Brand
- Cocorico 3 numbers 1901
- Art Nouveau
- Estimated Period
- Country of Origin
- Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
- 30.5×23.5×0 cm