The original Chemins de Fer de l'État poster by Hermine David in 1937, entitled "Le Réseau de la Mer Bretagne", is a true masterpiece of French advertising art. Hermine David, a talented artist of the École de Paris movement, created this poster to promote rail links connecting Brittany with other coastal regions of France.
David's work testifies to the importance of the rail network for the development of tourism in Brittany, and highlights the advantages of train travel for discovering this magnificent region.
The poster is a remarkable example of art's ability to promote tourist destinations and encourage train travel at a time when rail transport played a key role in exploring the country.
Today, Hermine David's original poster has become a sought-after collector's item for art lovers and railway history enthusiasts. It recalls the timeless charm of Brittany and the essential role of rail transport in promoting tourism in France. Its elegant aesthetics and artistic quality make it a precious work of art that continues to evoke the spirit of travel and discovery.
Tourism - Brittany - Folklore - France - State Railway
Ets Rotophot, Paris
Good condition, small tear on the edges
Sign up & benefit from discounts or exclusive offers.