Mistinguett | G. K. Benda | 1913 | Wall Art Print | Vintage Poster
Mistinguett was a French actress and singer whose real name was Jeanne Bourgeois. She began as a flower-seller in a restaurant in her home town, where she also sang popular ballads. When an acquaintance of hers made up the name Miss Tinguette, in reference to her bell-like voice, she adopted it, eventually joining the two words together. She made her debut as Mistinguett at the Casino de Paris in 1895, and also appeared at the Folies-Bergère, the Moulin Rouge and the Aristide Bruant’s famous Eldorado. As one commentator wrote: ‘Her risqué routines captivated Paris and she went on to become the most popular French entertainer of her time, and the highest paid female entertainer in the world.
Artist: G. K. Benda
Museum-quality poster made on thick and long-lasting matte (uncoated) paper.
Paper weight: 200 gsm / 80 lb
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