J. Carlos, Para Todos, Brazil 1930.
Things to Come (1936). Swedish poster.
Paul Colin, 1935
This elegant study was a conservative interpretation of the Art Deco style, complete with a concealed bar in defiance of Prohibition, which banned alcohol consumption in the United States from 1919 to 1933. Explore weekly activities here.
Alavoine of Paris and New York. Weil-Worgelt Study, ca. 1928-1930. Lacquer, glass, leather, veneered panels. Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Raymond Worgelt, 70.23. Creative Commons-BY (Photo: Brooklyn Museum)
Prohibition was just for peasants.
Le Silence De Mnasidika, from Pierre Louÿs’ Les Chansons de Bilitis by Georges Barbier (1922)
Art Deco dancer Simone Roseray, c. 1924, autographed