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1 Struzan, DrewFilm Poster: "William Shakespeare's King Lear" starring Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Preliminary design for the mock film poster used in Steven Spielberg’s second Jurassic Park film, The Lost World. During the sequence where the T-Rex terrorizes San Diego, we are treated to a scene in which an out of control bus smashes into a video store. In the front window of the store we briefly glimpse a film poster for King Lear starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. This inside joke was apparently a reference to Schwarzenegger's brief portrayal of "Hamlet" in his 1993 film Last Action Hero -- the unsuccessful blockbuster that was shunted to box office obscurity by the release of the first Jurassic Park the week before. Named by the Boston Globe as "the greatest poster artist of our time," Struzan is one of the most successful film artists of the past 40 years, having painted more than 150 movie posters, including all of the films in the Indiana Jones, Back to the Future, and Star Wars series as well as non-Spielberg/Lucas features such as Rambo, Blade Runner, and Harry Potter. This "17”x25" preliminary design is not the same poster shown in the film, which, though similar, is larger and has added graphics. No other copy of this poster, in any format, has previously appeared on the market.. 
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2 Thezard, Emile & Raynal, GMeubles d’Art Nouveau au Salon du Mobilier de 1902. (Art Nouveau Furniture from the 1902 Paris Salon of Furniture)
Dourdan: Emile Thezard, 1903. Two folio volumes (13”x18”) consisting of (1) thirty pastel color lithographs loose in paper-covered portfolio depicting bookcases, buffets, desks, and other large pieces of art nouveau furniture; and (2) forty-three b/w heliotypes loose in portfolio with photographs of more than 130 individual pieces of furniture and room arrangements. Both portfolio covers are detached with substantial soiling and chipping. Some of the first several colored lithographs are soiled or stained, most often on the reverse but sometimes on verso, occasionally affecting the image. The heliotypes are not damaged. The 1902 Salon was one of several held in Paris at the turn of the century that introduced and advanced the nouveau revolution in art and design at the turn of the 20th century.. 
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