Journée de Paris

Poulbot
France - 1916
32 x 47 in (80 x 119 cm)
ID #FRLB709

Description:

July 14, 1916  Paris Day. For the benefit of those who served in the war from l'Hôtel de Ville

Artist Francisque Poulbot 

1879-1946 

He opens clinic or rue Lepic for children in 1920, he is the eldest of seven children. Poulbot is a French neologism representing  street children. During WWII he is confined to house arrest in Paris by the Germans because of his posters and art in WWI.

1916 500-1000 blue c. 1910 c. 1916 children France injured medium Original patriotism poulbot propaganda rebuilding reconstruction red salute soldiers veterans vintage poster white World War One WW1

More from $500 to $1,000


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