Carcassonne - Chemin de Fer d'Orleans et du Midi, 1925 ca.
Through the 1920s, the railroads were the primary producer of travel posters, which were important in promoting ticket sales. The five major railways radiating from Paris advertised extensively and sought to brand their lines through the use of devices such as the distinctive "window frame" format used in the poster seen here.
Champseix, E. Paul
24.8 x 39 inches (63 x 99 cm)
| Backed on linen