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Emmanuel Joseph Raphaël Orazi, known as Manuel Orazi was an art nouveau illustrator and poster artist. He was born probably in Rome in 1860 and died in Paris in 1934. In 1895 he created the Calendrier Magique which was an occult-themed calendar. It was limited to 777 copies and was made in collaboration with Austin De Croze.[1] He also illustrated novels such as Aphrodite by Pierre Louÿs, Ma petite ville by Jean Lorrain[2] in 1898 and Les Fleurs du mal by Baudelaire.[3] He made jewelry designs that were displayed at Maison de l'Art Nouveau in 1896.[4]

In 1921 he designed the sets for the silent film L'Atlantide.


  1. ^ "Fantastic... Book Record". Retrieved 2012-12-27.
  2. ^ "Ma petite ville ; Le miracle de Bretagne ; Un voyage d'amour | Koninklijke Bibliotheek". National Library of the Netherlands. Retrieved 2018-04-22.
  3. ^ "Manuel Orazi - Biography". Retrieved 2012-12-27.
  4. ^ Mattia Moretti (2011-01-13). "Manuel Orazi (1860-1934)". Retrieved 2012-12-27.

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