**Originally Listed At $250**
Henri Ganier-Tanconville (Fench, 1845-1936), for PLM (Paris -Lyon-Mediterannee) Railway, "St. Honore Les Bains (Nievre)", ca. 1895, published by the Courmont Brothers in Paris. An antique French travel poster for the Paris-Lyon-Mediterannee Railway (PLM) depicting a beautiful outdoor scene with ladies and gentlemen in period dress enjoying the fresh air in the afternoon: one lady dressed in pink holding her baby; another lady seated at her easel, with brush and palette, looking toward the carousel and crowd in the distance; another lady picking fresh flowers to make a bouquet; two standing gentlemen observing the scene below with a child near three adults in conversation - all in a glorious park-like setting of the hot springs in the south of France with lush trees in the foreground and mountains in the distance. Size: 40.125" L x 28.5" W (101.9 cm x 72.4 cm); 42.5" L x 31" W (108 cm x 78.7 cm) including margins
Provenance: private Dodge collection, Colorado, USA
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