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CHAT NOIR RETRO PRINT FRAMED

CHAT NOIR RETRO PRINT FRAMED

Le Chat Noir is thought to be the first modern cabaret, a nightclub where the patrons sat at tables and drank alcoholic beverages while being entertained by a variety show on stage

A poster of “Le Chat Noir” may be seen prominently in the crime scene photographs from the 2001 murder of Kathleen Peterson by her husband and novelist Michael Peterson. Le Chat Noir is the name of the nightclub where Frank Sinatra and Natalie Wood rekindle their relationship, in the 1958 movie Kings Go Forth. This is a print of the famous cat painting with blinking eyes on the entrance wall.

A large rectangle print of the famous Chat Noir.  Prefect for any home or office Interior.  Framed to a gallery standard.

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Dimensions 415 × 1020 mm