This is a matted mid-century French advertisement French perfume print that dates to 1947. It originally appeared in a French magazine. It is unusual in size (13.5 x 10.5 inches) as the magazine was a large format issue. It features the fragrances of the House of Worth known for it haute couture designs and perfumes. Les Perfumes Worth became a separate business and marketed over 20 fragrances between 1924-1947. The first fragrance was Dans La Nuit and its bottle design was created by Rene Lalique! This image showcases that signature piece, Dans La Nuit, and other fragrances, bottles and box designs by Worth. The cobalt color is wonderfully classic to Worth. The image is in the style of the Art Deco period. This print is strong and bold; it is a prime example of French style, flair, and pizzazz in advertising art. This image works with all home decor styles and is great for a powder room, bathroom. It is pristine and clean. Signed by the artist. Original to 1947! NOT a modern day reproduction! 13.5 x 10.5 inches; comes in a neutral tone 16 x 20 inch custom mat ready for a standard size frame.