My life, my art: an autobiography

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E.P. Dutton, Oct 1, 1989 - Art - 239 pages
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Born into an ancient family of the Russian military aristocracy, 97-year-old Erte tells of his first 19 years in St. Petersburg, his 22 years with Harper's Bazaar, and his experiences designing costumes and sets for Hollywood films. 80 halftones, 70 color plates.

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My life, my art: an autobiography

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This handsome autobiography of the 97-year-old Erte tells the colorful life story of an artist whose career was synonymous with chic illustration. Indeed, Erte's covers for Harper's Bazaar were early ... Read full review

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Erte was truly a creative genius. From the time he was 5 through his death in his 90's he worked at his art EVERY day. A true disciplined as well as spiritual artist. Now when I think I am too old to ... Read full review

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St Petersburg 1912
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Monte Carlo 19141922
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