French Travel Vintage Poster, “Chargeurs Reunis Vers la France”, 1950s
This is a Mid-Century Modern period advertising poster for the maritime company Chargeurs Reunis by Brenet in the 1950s. This lively and colorful scene shows a group of stylishly dressed ladies walking across a street in front of a city scene of beautiful buildings, an outdoor cafe (Cafe de la Paix), and people milling about. One of the women in the front has a leashed French Poodle.
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In the bottom left corner of the poster it reads, “Compagnie maritime des Chargeurs Reunis.” In the top right corner of the poster, in a periwinkle-colored, fluid sketch-like handwriting it reads, “Vers la France,” meaning, “To France.”
This poster was printed in France, 1950s.
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