The Mascarade à la Greque, created by French architect Ennemond Alexandre Petitot, features fantastical architectural outfits for characters such as the shepherdess, bride, priestess, and sutler. These designs, published by Benigno Bossi, mock the “Greek taste” fashion trend of the 1750s, which marked a shift from the ornate Rococo style to the neoclassical style. Petitot takes this trend to a ridiculous extreme by transforming humans and their clothing into objects like brick shoes and an oven belly. This humorous take on the trend is Petitot’s way of poking fun at the fashion craze. Get a unique piece for your home inspired by this historic and humorous collection.
Museum-quality art print made on thick and long-lasting matte (uncoated) paper
• Paper-weight: 200 gsm / 80 lb
• Ready to frame
• Free Shipping
We produce our products on demand and in 100+ locations worldwide – reaching our customers faster, while reducing waste, costs, and carbon emissions.