French travel posters by Roger Broders Circa 1928
Roger Broders (born Paris 1883, died, Paris, 1953) was a French illustratorand artist best known for his travel posters promoting tourism destinations in France, typically fashionable beaches of the Cote d'Azur (French Riviera) and skiing resorts in the French Alps in the early 20th century.
Broders' posters were distinctive for their simple lines and bold, flat areas of color, combined with noticeable graphical perspective showing the featured mountains and seascapes in the background. Broders' illustrations depicting people show active elongated figures wearing elegant, contemporary clothes. His posters were simply and boldly lettered identifying the destination.
The posters were commissioned by PLM (Paris Lyons Mediterannean). a French railway company known for luxury travel. They capture the aura of France of the Jazz Age.
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