A beautiful poster made in 1947 by Guy Arnoux 🇫🇷 (1886-1951), a famous French illustrator and graphic designer.
During his career he was interested in various fields of decorative art: decorations for liners (Lafayette in 1930), advertisements, games, posters, programs, menus...
His line is recognizable: a black line adorned with large flat areas, often made with stencils. He is the representative of a new popular art, both modern and traditional.
This poster was intended to promote the National Exhibition at the Invalides. It is important to note that the Invalides is one of the most important masterpieces of French classical architecture.
War - 39-45 - Medical
The return of our military memories
The French beyond the Rhine
Good condition, light folds
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