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). Known for his posters of the fashionable resorts of the Cote D'Azur, Broders is also well known for his Deco stylized images of the winter resorts, mountains, and skiers that frequented them in the French Alps. An extraordinary bird's eye view of the river Doubs and the crowded 16th century streets and houses of Besancon line the banks. Looming above is the Citadel built by Louis XIV after the conquest of Franche-Compte from Spain. this is an original vintage poster, printed c. 1930
Condition Report: Condition A, mounted on linen.
Dimensions: 40 x 24
Artist or Maker: Broders, Roger
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