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Chamonix Mont Blanc

by Alo
YEAR:
1927
SIZE:
42 1/2 x 31 inches (108 x 79 cm)
REFERENCE NUMBER:
2240

DESCRIPTION:

Chamonix-Mont-Blanc or, more commonly, Chamonix was the site of the very first Winter Olympics in 1924. Mont Blanc, at a height of 4,810 meters, is the third most visited natural site in the world. This lends the area a notably cosmopolitan atmosphere. The artist, Georges Hallo (Alo), a Beaux-Arts-trained painter, is perhaps best known for his 100-odd posters for the French railways and this ski poster, with its beautiful composition and lush palette, more than adequately demonstrates why his talents were such a frequently sought commodity.

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