Greg's recommended Poster Links

(Please Contact me with your suggested links or if any links don't work)

Selected Poster Websites

Mucha Museum, Prague The world's first Mucha Museum, dedicated to the life and work of Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939) housed in Prague, Czech.

Mucha Foundation The very best comprehensive resource for information on all things Mucha. An Incredible website.

International Vintage Poster Dealers Association (IVPDA) Over 80 members. 
An excellent vintage poster resource. 

1950 - present

PICASSO A fun, colourful and extremely visual site on Picasso's life and works.

Fernand Mourlot Lithographe  A fascinating look at the famed printer responsible 
for producing the posters of the masters Picasso, Matisse, Chagall and others. 

Contemporary Posters Excellent selection of CYRK Polish posters for sale.

Selected Print/Poster Blogs
Adventures in the Print Trade It's simply fascinating!

Poster Romance A love letter about posters in a blog, from L'Affichiste Poster Gallery.

Selected Vintage Poster Auctions

Posters Auctions International Poster auction sales in New York
Swann Auction Galleries Poster auction sales in New York
Poster Connections Inc Poster Auction sales in San Francisco
Van Sabben Auctions Poster Auction sales in the Netherland
Frederic Lozada Auctions Poster Auction sales in France

Selected Poster Conservation
The Art of Restoration Thomas Tomc (senior Conservator) has spent more than 15 years restoring and conserving paper masterpieces, experimenting with every conceivable combination of water-soluble, reversible and pH-neutral materials to develop superior restoration techniques. Chicago
M&W Graphics Linen-backers & restorers of vintage posters since 1995. New York

Greg's recommended Poster Books & Movies 
The Complete Masters of the Poster All 256 Colour posters. 
The must have book for the serious collector of Maitre de L'Affiche posters.
The Poster in History by Max Gallo. An excellent, well illustrated overview of posters. 
American Art Posters of the 1890s by Metropolitan Museum of Art.
A wonderful look at the American poster.
Absinthe, History in a Bottle by Barnaby Conrad III, A fascinating, illustrated exploration of Absinthe's legendary allure. The main book on "The Green Fairy".

Books on Artists

The Beggarstaff Posters by Colin Campbell. The best book on Beggarstaff.
Posters of Jules Cheret. Catalogue Raisonne by Lucy Boido. Revised 2nd edition. Cheret's complete works, serious reference. 
Arthur Wesley Dow by Nancy E. Green and Jessie Poesch. Explores the full range of Dow's brilliant artistry, including painting, photography, and printmaking.
Lautrec by Lautrec by Husiman & Dortu. The definitive book on the life and works of Toulouse-Lautrec with the best photos I've seen of his life. My favourite of the scores of books on him, at an affordable price.
Alphonse Mucha: The Spirit of Art Nouveau by Victor Arwas. The definitive book on the life and works of Mucha.
Picasso: The Art of the Poster. Catalogue Raisonne by Marc Gundel, Rene Hirner.
One of the few Picasso books to focus primarily on his poster work.

Selected related movies

Moulin Rouge (original 1952 version) 
Starring: José Ferrer, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Director: John Huston 
A wonderful look at the life and work of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
Great visuals with his posters.

Midnight in Paris Woody Allen: writer and director. Starring Owen Wilson, 
Rachel McAdams, Kathy Bates.While on a trip to Paris with his fiancée's family, 
a nostalgic screenwriter finds himself mysteriously going back to the 1920s 
every day at midnight. Fun!

Lust for Life (1956) Kirk Douglas gives an Oscar-nominated performance in Vincente Minelli's adaptation of Irving Stone's torrid life of Vincent van Gogh. It perpetuates the romantic myth of the tortured artist but is an enjoyable, if not entirely accurate, portrait of a great artist. Made in 1956, some will find it dated while others will enjoy it as a classic. 

Surviving Picasso Anthony Hopkins, Natashcha McElhone, Julianne Moore 
The story of Francoise Gilot, the only lover of Pablo Picasso who was strong enough to withstand his ferocious cruelty and move on with her life.