Description: During the interwar period, Roger Broders was the finest designer of French travel posters. Many of his best were for the French Railroad, the Paris-Lyon-Mediterranee (PlM). His Art Deco influenced stylization of the fashionable towns and resorts, with their colorful waterfronts,sails,palm trees, bright sand, and chic bathers and strollers are the proprietary trademarks of Roger Broders work. He is considered the posterist-laureate of the Cote d' Azur. Bandol is a peaceful harbor resort, located at the western end of the Cote D'Azur near the town of Toulon.The quai (today named for Charles de Gaulle) le3ads around to the casino, visible toward the right. This is an original vintage poster, printed in 1932 keywords:boats, sailboats,
Condition Report: condition A, mounted on linen
Dimensions: 39 x 24
Artist or Maker: Broders, Roger
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