Affiche



a notice posted in a public place; poster.
Historical Examples

It may be noted in passing that, like Edgar of that name, Mr. W. Wilson has also attempted an affiche.
Picture Posters Charles Hiatt

And for a young girl to be affiche with Almington her first season is nothing short of tarnishing, Felicia went on, virtuously.
Ainslee’s magazine, Volume 16, No. 3, October, 1905 Various

The composition of the affiche was that of the two Miss Dunns jointly, who prided themselves upon being elegant scholars.
A Life’s Secret Mrs. Henry Wood

And why on earth she chose to affiche herself with a man like Malcourt, Constance could not comprehend.
The Firing Line Robert W. Chambers

Every sign-board, every door-plate, every affiche upon the walls, was scrutinized.
Famous Affinities of History, Vol 1-4, Complete Lyndon Orr

Perhaps, at the time, the most widely known among French producers of the affiche illustr was Gavarni.
Picture Posters Charles Hiatt

However brilliant the colour of the Spanish affiche, the design seems to me to lack boldness.
Picture Posters Charles Hiatt

Perhaps the most intolerable thing is the affiche of idolatry for Baudelaire.
A History of the French Novel, Vol. 2 George Saintsbury

It is still to let: I saw the affiche in the shop window to-day.
Johnny Ludlow, Fifth Series Mrs. Henry Wood

noun
a poster or advertisement, esp one drawn by an artist, as for the opening of an exhibition

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