Flag Girl Crazy Horse Saloon by Emil Perauer

260,00

Artist: Emil Perauer / A. Bernadin

Title: Crazy Horse Saloon

Published by:  PPP – Populäre Propaganda Presse Düsseldorf

Number: 2103

Year: 1960’s

Size: 86,7 x 59,4 cm

In stock

 

Description

Flag Girl Crazy Horse Saloon by Emil Perauer. This vintage lithograph collage by the artist Emil Perauer and club owner A. Bernadin „Crazy Horse Saloon“ is a rare original published by PPP  Populäre Propaganda Presse in the late 1960’s.

Crazy Horse Saloon and Alain Bernadin. The founder of the Crazy Horse Saloon on the Avenue George V, the best  known strip-tease nightclub in Paris, perhaps in the world, has committed suicide. Alain Bernardin, who was 78, apparently shot himself after the club he created in 1951 closed at 2am on Thursday. His body, with a pistol lying nearby, was found in his office just before the club re-opened on Thursday evening. The discovery was kept secret from the dancers and Thursday night’s performance went on. (taken from)


This Lithograph is category D. It may have cuts and bruises, folds and missing edges (the beauty of original vintage), wich can be seen on the high res. pop-up image of the product.