Advance Search
Search in Sold

Travel

Between the late 19th century and the early 20th century, the way people traveled changed radically: from the age of exploration and grand voyages to mass tourism. Travelers no longer moved the same way and this change is beautifully represented in the art of travel posters.

Grid  List 

Set Descending Direction
  1. Original Vintage French Travel Poster "Port De Guerre - Toulon Antoine" by Calbet ca. 1920
  2. Original Vintage Austrian Travel Poster for "CARINZIA" Ski Resort 1980's
  3. Original Vintage French Travel Poster for "SAINT AUBIN SUR MER CALVADOS" by GALLAND
  4. Original Vintage Small Italian Traveling Poster "Transatlantica Italiana" ca. 1920
  5. Original French Ski Travel Poster "GREOLIERES LES NEIGES" by Vandieres 1963
  6. Original Vintage French Poster Advertising "Enghien les Bains" by R. Tournon
  7. Original Vintage British Poster for "Southern Railway - Sands Across the Sea"
  8. Original Vintage French Travel Poster for "Paray Le Monial" by F. Hugo D'Alesi

    Original Vintage French Travel Poster for "Paray Le Monial" by F. Hugo D'Alesi

    $699.99

    Paray le Monial is a small town in Burgundy famous for its 12th century church and its pilgrimages which draw over 300,000 visitors every year. This poster was commissioned by the PLM (Paris Lyon Méditteranée) railways. Learn More
  9. Original Vintage German Poster for "Fruhling in Bohmen und Mahren" by Horak

    Original Vintage German Poster for "Fruhling in Bohmen und Mahren" by Horak

    $180.00

    A beautiful and idyllic German poster realized in the 1930's by A.I.L. Horak. A young woman in a traditional Bavarian dress of that time, is enjoying an afternoon in the nature. Learn More
  10. Original Vintage French Poster for "Air France Espagne" by Guy Georget 1963

    Original Vintage French Poster for "Air France Espagne" by Guy Georget 1963

    $299.99

    A colorful poster realized by Georget in 1963, to advertise "Air France" as part of their ambitious advertising campaign of the 60's where they commissioned works from very famous artists. Georget’s first commercial posters appear in the late 1940s. Hired by the tourist boards, the artist produced posters tempting people to visit Spain in which you see the influence of Picasso and Georges Braque. Learn More

Items 1 to 10 of 87 total

per page
Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5

Grid  List 

Set Descending Direction