Fine Art Posters

Jean Cocteau, “Jeune Fille de Milly,” 1951, $75,276, Sept. 23, 2010.

How Jean Cocteau influenced the bohemian art movement in Paris

During the golden years of Paris, Jean Cocteau (1889-1963) was the man who knew everyone and could do almost anything. Nowadays, he's probably best remembered by cinema buffs for such artful films as "The Blood of a Poet" (1930), "Beauty and the Beast" (1946) and "Orpheus" (1950), but Cocteau began his creative life as...

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Sexy vintage art from Femme Fatales magazine up for bids

A collection art and artifacts from the mid-20th century’s obsession with B-movies are some of the most unusual items Old Town Auctions has ever brought to auction. Its Nov. 18-20, 2011 sale features 200-250 lots from the collection of Bill George, the original editor of Femme Fatales magazine whose now-closed private museum in Baltimore...