Chat Noir


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Chat Noir - Vintage Art. Vintage ads, vintage signs, cat art.Love cats and vintage ads? Then you’ll adore this high quality vintage art. Chat Noir is a limited edition fine art giclee print on wood with archival quality ink. The wooden sign features a vintage cat along with the vintage ad for the famous nightclub, including the French words:

Tournée du Chat Noir
de Rodolphe Salis

Chat Noir – Vintage Ads with Vintage Cats

Chat Noir is ready to hang as wall art. This high quality wooden sign is made in the USA with eco-friendly wood construction. The vintage ad is printed onto wood in UV-based archival quality ink to ensure fade resistance. In addition, the wooden sign is hand-distressed to enhance the look and feel of vintage art. With rustic style, Chat Noir is bound to add charm and cheer to vintage home decor.

  • Limited-edition Fine Art Giclee Print
  • Archival Quality Ink to Last
  • Wooden Sign with Eco-Friendly Wood Construction
  • Ready to Hang as Wall Art with Sawtooth Hanger
  • Vintage Ad featuring Vintage Cat
  • Vintage Art with Many Sizes Available
  • Chat Noir
  • Perfect for Vintage Home Decor
  • Made in the USA

Vintage Art / Vintage Cat

What a wonderful way to celebrate your love for vintage cats and vintage ads! If you love cats and vintage art, this high quality vintage sign is a must-have. Vintage home decor is all the rage today. Embellish your home decor with vintage ads and vintage art. Or give vintage art as gifts for pet lovers in your life. Chat Noir is part of our collection of vintage signs – featuring vintage cats and vintage dogs. Our collection of vintage signs look great displayed individually or grouped together for an artistic and stylish look. All of the vintage art is paw-fectly and lovingly made in the USA. We are proud to offer such high quality pet art with eco-friendly construction.

Le Chat Noir

Le Chat Noir is considered the first modern nightclub (artist salon and music hall). Located in the bohemian Montmartre district of Paris, it opened on November 18, 1881, and closed in 1897. It was famously depicted by the iconic Théophile Steinlen poster art, which can be purchased above as a high quality print on wood.

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