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Au Comptoir Des Viandes

Au Comptoir Des Viandes

ID# 8634
Rob d'Ac
C1925
63.75" x 47.25"
(162cm x 120cm)
Regular price €2.611,95 EUR
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This charming poster was created for a grocery store specializing in meats in Grenoble, France. As we can see, chefs and housewives alike flock to the store to stock up on delicacies such as lobster, fowl, fish, and vegetables. A bold duck makes a break for it, nibbling away at the store's name as he goes. It is a cheerful and rare image, perfect for the dining areas of the home.

Rob d'Ac, also known as Robert Menot, (1891-1963) was a French illustrator who predominantly lived and worked in Grenoble. His style is known for its clean lines, yet playful nature.

This is an Original Vintage Poster; it is not a reproduction. This poster is conservation mounted, linen backed, and in excellent condition. There has been minor restoration at the top margin, not affecting the image. We guarantee the authenticity of all of our posters.

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