Cercle National pour le Soldat de Paris by JOB (France, 1915) 29.5″ x 46″.6 WW1 Poster LB
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Cercle National pour le Soldat de Paris by JOB (France, 1915) 29.5″ x 46″.6 WW1 Poster
This French poster advertises a club for soldiers garrisoned in Paris during World War One. The title translates as: ‘National Club for the Soldiers of Paris’. Black text accompanies the image of two soldiers on a white background. One injured, with his arm in a sling, is being assisted by the second, who is gesturing towards two flying French tricolores in the top left corner. The wounded soldier wears the Croix de Guerre, a medal awarded for heroism in combat with the enemy.
Job was the pseudonym of the French artist Jacques Marie Gaston Onfray de Breville (1858-1931).
Condition: Overall displays in Great condition.
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