French International Overseas Exhibition Posters ‘Paris 1931’ by Desmeure

$1,950.00

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Exhibition opened on May 6th, 1931 in Bois de Vincennes, in the Eastern suburbs of Paris.  The government of France brought artisans from their several Colonies to create native arts and crafts, and to create pavilions to display their local culture.  Other countries like the Netherlands, Italy, Japan, UK and the US also joined. This colonial exhibition tried to portray the French in a positive manner as exchanging cultures. In the poster, you can see on each side ‘Round the World in One Day’. There were between 7 and 9 million visitors from around the world!

Details

Origin:

France

Circa:

1931

Printer:

Robert Lang - Paris

Size:

24.125'' X

39.375''

ID:

#00086

Style:

Art Deco

Condition:

Very Good

Wear:

Wear consistent with age and use

Size

Unit

Width

Height

Depth

Inches

24.125

39.375

.1

Centimeters

24.125

39.375

.1

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