Hand fans to cool off with. So much prettier than air conditioning. French and all by Eventail Duvelleroy, Paris. An old firm that got a recent reboot. All these fans made afterward.

Apricot petal fan. Contemporary.
Apricot petal fan. Contemporary. Metallic apricot silk leaf with organza petals that open and close. Image © 2019 La Perfection Louis. Fair use license. via https://www.laperfectionlouis.com/products/luxury-hand-fan-apricot-petals
Fan with cream blue and gold tiles design and wooden sticks. Undated.
Fan with cream blue and gold tiles design and wooden sticks. Undated.© 2019 The Fan Museum. Fair use license. via https://www.thefanmuseum.org.uk/shop/duvelleroy-tiles-gold-fan
Parrot fan. ca. 2015.
Parrot fan. ca. 2015. Created by Coralie Marabelle, it won a public award at the Hyères festival in 2015. Image © 2019 The Fan Museum. Fair use license. via https://www.thefanmuseum.org.uk/shop/duvelleroy-parrot-fan
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People out and about in the early part of the last century in Paris. Mostly at the theatre, but not entirely. Frenchman Albert Guillaume, artist (1873-1942).

Les admiratrices (Lucien Guitry dans sa loge) - 1922
“Les admiratrices” (Lucien Guitry dans sa loge). 1922. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via http://artcontrarian.blogspot.com/2016/10/albert-guillaume-at-theatre.html
"The Judgement of Paris." Date unknown.
“The Judgement of Paris.” Date unknown. In the public domain in the United States because the artist died over 70 years ago. via https://www.the-athenaeum.org/art/list.php?m=a&s=tu&aid=2829
"15 minutes d'entr'acte." 1914-1916.
“15 minutes d’entr’acte.” 1914-1916. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Albert_Guillaume_15_minutes_d%27entr%27acte.jpg
"Les retardataires." 1914.
“Les retardataires.” 1914. in the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via http://artcontrarian.blogspot.com/2016/10/albert-guillaume-at-theatre.html
"The Refugees." Date unknown.
“The Refugees.” Date unknown. Private collection. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via https://www.the-athenaeum.org/art/detail.php?ID=297813

1920’s chic in every hue of a box of paints. Prints from Sonia Delaunay’s “ses Peintures, ses Objets, ses Tissus simultanés, ses Modes”, published by the Paris Librairie des Arts Decoratifs around 1925. Plus another that snuck in when I wasn’t looking.

Swimsuit designs. 1928.
Swimsuit designs. 1928. Fair use license. via http://www.dailyartmagazine.com/sonia-delaunay-clothing/
Plate 11. 1919-1923.
Plate 11. 1919-1923. Image © Reed College, Portland, Oregon. Fair use license. via https://rdc.reed.edu/c/artbooks/s/r?_pp=20&query=%22Ses%20Peintures,%20Ses%20Objets%22&s=577d04eca837a7c270a81b770b5755488bfb51d1&p=1&pp=1
Page 13. 1924-1925.
Page 13. 1924-1925. Image © Reed College, Portland, Oregon. Fair use license. via https://rdc.reed.edu/c/artbooks/s/r?_pp=20&query=%22Ses%20Peintures,%20Ses%20Objets%22&s=577d04eca837a7c270a81b770b5755488bfb51d1&p=5&pp=1
Page 2. 1925.
Page 2. 1925. Image © Swann Galleries, New York. Fair use license. via https://www.swanngalleries.com/news/2018/12/upcoming-highlights-fine-illustrated-books-graphics/
1923-1924. Page 18.
1923-1924. Page 18. Image © Reed College, Portland, Oregon. Fair use license. via https://rdc.reed.edu/c/artbooks/s/r?_pp=20&query=”Ses%20Peintures,%20Ses%20Objets”&s=577d04eca837a7c270a81b770b5755488bfb51d1&p=9