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American President - Bombay

American President - Bombay

ID# 3606
J. Clift
23.75" x 30.25"
(60cm x 77cm)
Regular price $850 USD
Regular price Sale price $850 USD
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This charming poster was created in the mid-1950s by J. Clift artist to promote Mumbai, formerly known as Bombay, India as a travel destination. The poster features a beautiful woman in Sari, a traditional garment worn by South Asian women, sitting in front of an Indian style window. It is one of a series of posters done in similar style for the various destinations reached globally by American President Lines. J. Clift was an artist who designed many posters advertising travel to both Thailand and Singapore. Unfortunately, there is little information on the artist. 

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