About the artist
At the start of his career, Vincent's work centered around furniture ads and fashion designs for La Vie Parisienne. Eventually, he moved to the US, where his art graced popular publications like Harper's Bazaar and the Saturday Evening Post. During this time, the curvy, organic Art Nouveau style was replaced by the geometric and machine-influenced Art Deco style.
In his 40s, Vincent returned to France, opening a studio in Paris and designing striking posters for big names such as Shell Oil, Michelin, and Bugatti. He was also a driving enthusiast, one of the first in France to obtain a license and build a home garage. Vincent's distinct perspective-bending Art Deco posters remain some of his most iconic works.
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