Achille Mauzan (1883-1952) was an Italian artist of the Deco period. He was best known for his poster and advertisement designs, which were characterized by vivid colours, inventive typography and sophisticated compositions. He studied graphic design in Granso and Milan, where he undertook a degree in Architecture from 1903 to 1906. He subsequently worked as a designer and illustrator for the Turin publishing house, Fratelli Treves. Among his most celebrated works are the advertising and poster designs for major events such as the Milan EXPO in 1906 and the Turin Exhibition of 1911. Mauzan's streamlined, modernist style helped define the aesthetic of the Art Deco period in Italy and beyond. He achieved international acclaim for his distinctive and innovative designs, receiving dozens of awards throughout his career.
Italian art, Deco period, poster design.
— Mei Wang
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