Absinthe Robette

by Privat Livemont

Nude Art Nouveau woman holds up a glass of absinthe in the style of an offering.

Livemont gives us a study in green, shading from chartreuse to olive, because absinthe was known as ""The Green Fairy."" It was a potent hallucinogen, which Livemont hints at by having the figure hold the drink in an attitude of mystic awe, as well as by the use of a strangely convoluted pattern in the background. A classic of inspired product promotion! Livemont was the foremost Belgian practitioner of the Art Nouveau style.

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