In our fast-paced digital world, fashion illustration exerts a compelling hold. That's why we were both beguiled and transported by this collection of hand-painted Vogue covers by contemporary Spanish artist, Eduardo Oliva. Nostalgic and emotive, fashion illustration has evolved into a highly specialized medium with something of a cult following. This particular watercolor is based on a 1930 cover by Harriet Meserole for the famed fashion title. We love it for its graphic quality (the grid-like crosshatching of her stylish hat and the dazzling play of her polka dot dress), the model's insouciant pose and the artful, uneven edges of the paper.
This work is part of a series of 4 watercolors, each sold separately. They're striking on their own but would be especially lovely grouped together in a powder room or boudoir. This piece is floated and framed in crisp white with UV-protectant plexiglass.
With exhibitions in Madrid, Barcelona and Miami, Eduardo Oliva has gained international success. His prolific body of work includes a range of formats, from small-scale illustrations to monumental, Cubist-inspired murals.
18.625" x 12.625" x 1.25"
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