Suggestive lithograph tourist poster for the French market, promoting Spain as a good destination for those interested in romanesque art. Printed by Imp. Orla.
CHEMINS DE FER DE PARIS - LYON - MÉDITERRANÉE
DIE EISENBAHN IST IMMER GLEICH
Lithograph poster promoting the beach of the Basque town of Zarauz as “the cool one” and the “most spacious in the Bay of Biscay”, with “sea and mountain, mountain and sea”. Printed by Gráficas Laborde y Labayen Tolosa.
Andalusia is renowned for its mild climate and its flowers. Apparently, the weather in Malaga is so heavenly that this young woman can't help the growth of luxuriant flowers on her head! Lithograph poster commissioned by the general directorate of tourism (Dirección General de Turismo), printed by I. G. Piulats.
Patronato Nacional de Turismo
Travel poster promoting Spain to the French market. This is one of Georget’s first commercial posters, which appeared in the late 1940s; hired by the Spanish National Tourist Board, the artist used to produce posters influenced by the work of Picasso and Georges Braque. Lithograph poster printed by Orla Jerez.
Lithograph poster promoting a sport and celebration event held in Málaga in the Winter 1955.
Travel poster commissioned by a French railway company (operating in the South of France) and a navigation company, promoting the natural attractions of the Balearic Islands. Lithograph poster printed by Chaix
Lithograph poster promoting Madrid and its surroundings to the French market, by the Madrid-born academic painter, poster artist and illustrator Fernando Alberti Barceló. Printed by Lith. Mateu.