This sepia-toned travel poster was part of a series done to promote tourism across all the regions of France. Also called the Hospices de Beaune, this beautiful hotel is a charitable almshouse from 1443 in the Beaune region of France. Founded as a hospital for the poor, It became a museum in the 1970's, showing a great example of traditional architecture common in Burgundy, France. The intricate motifs on the thatched roof and the beautiful balconies make this one of the most stunning hospitals seen.
Printer: S. F. I. P. E., Paris
Year: c. 1950
Condition: Decent, has water staining across the top as well as wrinkles and folds that would benefit from linen backing.
This poster can be linen-backed on canvas for an additional charge. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.