Original Vintage French Poster ”Nany et Lona” by Francisque Poulbot ca. 1900



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SKU: 62923
Artist/Maker: Francisque Poulbot
Year: ca 1900
Medium/Material: Linen backed
Condition: Very good (A-) (Determining Condition)
Height: 105cm  (41.34in.) Width: 79cm (31.1in.)

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A whimsical poster by the French poster designer Poulbot, made probably at the turn of the 20th century. Depicted here are a boy that seems to be from a lower class, kicking a girl to her amazement from the back. They are names Nany & Lona. Inscribed on the bottom: "La Dance des Fortifs".

Francisque Poulbot (6 February 1879, Saint-Denis – 16 September 1946, Paris) was a French affichiste (literally, "poster designer"), draughtsman and illustrator. Born into a teaching family – both of his parents were lecturers. Francisque Poulbot who was the oldest of seven children was a gifted draughtsman, but shied away from the École des Beaux-Arts. Following 1900 his drawings began to be published in the press.

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