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Une Nuit En Voiture Lit

Une Nuit En Voiture Lit

ID# 7545
Bernard Villemot
24.5" x 39"
(62cm x 99cm)
Regular price $650 USD
Regular price Sale price $650 USD
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Une Nuit en Voiture Lit is a 1973 French railroad travel advertisement by Bernard Villemot (1909-1989) for SNCF. SNCF is also known as the Societe Nationale Des Chemins De Fer Francais, the National French Railway Company. The text reads, "One Night In A Car-Bed", and depicts a beautiful woman being rocked to sleep by the gentle train. The idea of luxury is emphasized by her fashion jewelry that she wears to bed. Villemot is known for his use of semi-nudes in his advertising artwork, and this is another great example of his high fashion sense.

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This is an Original Vintage Poster. It is not a reproduction. This poster is conservation mounted, linen backed and in excellent condition. We guarantee the authenticity of all of our posters.

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