Ernst Dryden "CARRIAGE No. 13" German Silent Film Poster, 1926
"Fiaker No. 13 1. Teil: Die Geheimnisse von Paris"
(Carriage No. 13, part 1: The Secrets of Paris)
Ernst (Deutsch) Dryden, 1926
Lithograph, in custom frame with silk scooped mat
45.25 x 58. 5 inches (image)
Original lithograph silent film poster from 1926 by Ernst (Deutsch) Dryden for the silent film serial Carriage No. 13. This poster was created to promote the first part of the serial "The Secrets of Paris".
The poster was illustrated by Ernst (Deutsch) Dryden, who worked in magazines and fashion (most notably with fashion house Chanel) in Europe and eventually made the move to Hollywood, where he would go on to costume a number of stars, Marlene Dietrich being his most famous client.