Vichy Comité Des Fêtes - Travel Art Print
Roger Broders' Vichy Comité Des Fêtes poster, circa 1928, stands as one of his most captivating creations, capturing the opulence and allure of the Jazz Era! Beyond the refined elegance of the figures and the expertly crafted composition lies a symphony of harmonious colors. The deep black background envelops the scene, while the vibrant blue at the center accentuates the brilliance of the lanterns and costumes. As a virtuoso colorist, Broders masterfully infuses each poster with a powerful visual impact, evoking an atmosphere of decadence and luxury that epitomizes the vibrant spirit of the era. Don't you want to go to this fabulous party?!
Roger Broders (1883-1953) was a prolific French poster artist renowned for his stunning travel and tourism posters during the Golden Age of Travel. Born in Paris, Broders began his career as a painter and later shifted his focus to graphic design. He joined the Compagnie des Chemins de fer Paris-Lyon-Méditerranée (PLM) in 1922 as their official poster artist, creating captivating artworks to promote the company's various destinations. Broders' unique artistic style was marked by bold colors, striking composition, and a keen eye for capturing the essence of each location. His posters became emblematic of the era and his artistic legacy continues to inspire and delight art enthusiasts and travelers alike!
Our prints are suitable for framing or can be used as is for wall display.
This product was custom designed and created at our location in Seattle.
11" x 14", Bagged with Backer Board