About this poster
This most amazing vintage poster shows some chic-looking skiers are coming off the train at this "station" of snow without luggage, at the very foot of the slopes. The colorful sweaters against the white evoke a crisp, exhilarating Alpine day. This typical Art Deco design advertises the Mont-Blanc railway connecting St. Gervais to the Nid d’Aigle. The famous French poster designer Roger Broders painted the fashionably dressed winter holiday guests in the classic style of the 1930s. A collector’s piece for lovers of winter sport designs and a rarity in good condition.
Artist: Roger Broders
Roger Broders was born in Paris in 1883 and died there in 1953. He was one of the most important French poster designers, best known for his travel posters, especially those he created for the railway company PLM (Paris Lyon Méditerannée). PLM sponsored many of his travels so that he could visit the places he was commissioned to promote, such as the glamorous French Riviera resorts. His illustrations, which are... more
Roger Broders was born in Paris in 1883 and died there in 1953. He was one of the most important French poster designers, best known for his travel posters, ...
- Poster No.: 4367
- Printer: Imp. Lucien Serre, Paris
- Size: 108 x 64 cm / 42.5 x 25.2″
- Printing technique:Lithograph in colours
Excellent. Picture preserved completely. Wrinkles and small tears, if any, restricted to edges. Mounted on acid-free linen.