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This museum-quality wall art of Joseph Apoux 1880 erotic alphabet brings the complete collection to one poster-sized image for the first time. The line and painted images have been remastered, restored and printed on superior Torchon cellulose watercolor paper by Hahnemühle (0.50mm) with bright whites and a distinct, coarsely textured surface. The print dimensions are 16 x 20." Custom sizes can be arranged by special order.


Joseph Apoux (1866–1910) was a French artist known for his contributions to the world of erotic art and Decadent Movement of the late 19th century, particularly through his series of alphabet illustrations. His work, while often controversial for its explicit nature, also reflects a unique blend of artistic skill and bold exploration of sensuality. Each letter was crafted with meticulous attention to detail, seamlessly combining the form of the letters with suggestive and erotic imagery that challenged societal norms, positions of power, and politics. 


Apoux's artistic technique is noteworthy, demonstrating his proficiency in draftsmanship and composition, while inviting viewers to confront their perceptions of eroticism and art. The erotic alphabet series serves as a testament to Apoux's boldness as an artist, navigating the fine line between the sensual and the artistic. The stylized figures and intricate details in each illustration contribute to an overall aesthetic that is both provocative and sophisticated. Create your own word expressions. Explore new ways to enjoy the alphabet. Hang an historic piece of erotic art on your wall and watch others create words and meaning!

Museum Quality Poster: Vintage Erotic Alphabet by Joseph Apoux

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