• Anonymous Original Art Deco Design for Poster: Norwegian Cruises by Blue Star Luxury Line

    Gouache on paper c. 1930s 35x25cm It has not yet been possible to identify a poster for which this was the design. A well-painted design for a poster for cruises to Norway. A funnel pours out a stylised stream of smoke. The distance in the fjord is cleverly demarkated by the use of horizontal white lines. The interlocking spurs of the fjord are clearly visible, and a spectacular use of colour helps the Art Deco design. Isolated spotting and loss of paint, as visible in photograph. In a fine hand-finished black box frame, with AR anti-reflective glass. A rare survivor which shows very handsomely.
  • Walter Hoyle

    Shell Guide to Monmouthshire 

    Original lithographic poster for Shell c. 1950s 76x51cm Click here for biographical details and other works by the artist. If you are interested email info@manningfineart.co.uk or call us on 07929 749056.
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    Suisse Axenstrasse - Lac des Quatre Cantons

    Original lithographic poster (1925) Pho. Wehrli SA Kilchberg Brunner & Co SA Zurich Published by the Swiss National Tourist Office, Zurich and Lausanne 40x25" If you are interested email info@manningfineart.co.uk or call us on 07929 749056.
  • Josep Artigas Ojeda (1919-1992)

    Vevey, Switzerland (Summer) c.1955-60 Lithographic poster 98x64cm Josep Artigas was one of the most important Spanish poster designers
  • Hans Falk (1918-2002)

    Sport au Soleil en Suisse

    Original Vintage Poster (1957) Lithograph 40x25" Signed in the plate, and showing a procession of brightly-coloured skiers heading up the mountain towards the sun. Falk was a Swiss graphic designer who spent much of his life in the USA, UK and Ireland, producing many striking and popular posters.
  • Isabel Saul (1895-1982)

    Bristol Gateway of the West

    Printed for Railway Executive Original poster 101x63cm A travel poster encouraging travel to the West of England
  • John Nash

    Shell Guide to Cambridgeshire Original poster c. 1960s 76x51cm Shell commissioned a series of posters to go with their County Guide books, and they commissioned paintings by the leading artists of the day. Nash needs no introduction as an artist. A painter of landscapes and still-lives and illustrator - particularly of botanic works - who worked extensively with wood engravings, he was a natural choice for Shell. His most famous work is probably 'Over the Top' which hangs in the Imperial War Museum, relating to a counter-attack by 1st Battalion Artists' Rifles at Welsh Ridge on 30 December 1917. Of the eighty men who went over the top, sixty-eight were killed or wounded within the first few minutes. Nash escaped and painted the picture three months later. The Tate holds his 1918 painting 'The Cornfield' which was his first non-war painting (he only started painting in oils in 1914). Condition: mounted in conservation mount and wrapped in plastic sleeve (mount hides short edge tears).
  • John Nash

    Shell Guide to Dorset Original poster c. 1960s 76x51cm Shell commissioned a series of posters to go with their County Guide books, and they commissioned paintings by the leading artists of the day. John Nash requires no introduction as an artist and here has recorded the coastline and fields in his inimitable style. Condition: mounted in conservation mount and wrapped in plastic sleeve (mount hides short edge tears).
  • Leonard Rosoman

    Shell Guide to Midlothian Original poster c. 1960s 76x51cm Shell commissioned a series of posters to go with their County Guide books, and they commissioned paintings by the leading artists of the day. Born in London, Rosoman studied at the Royal Academy Schools and then the Central School. His first major commission was to illustrate the popular children's book 'My Friend Mr Leakey' in 1937. Joining the Auxiliary Fire Service during World War II, he painted many scenes from the Blitz, some of which are in the Imperial War Museum collection. Seconded to the War Office in 1943 to illustrate books on fire-fighting the War Artists' Advisory Committee gave him a full-time post with the British Pacific Fleet, sailing with HMS Formidable the aircraft carrier. After the war he taught at Camberwell College of Art. He painted a mural for the Festival of Britain in 1951, murals for the British Pavilion at the 1958 Brussels International Exhibition, and for the restaurant at the Royal Academy's Burlington House - becoming RA in 1969. Condition: mounted in conservation mount and wrapped in plastic sleeve (mount hides short edge tears).
  • Rowland Hilder

    Shell Guide to Warwickshire Original poster c. 1960s 76x51cm Shell commissioned a series of posters to go with their County Guide books, and they commissioned paintings by the leading artists of the day. Rowland Hilder was a well known landscape artist and book illustrator. Born in New York state, his English father moved the family to Kent, England in 1915. It was here his natural talent for drawing was noticed by his school. Later Hilder went to study at Goldsmith’s College in London. He was well known as an accomplished watercolorist, particularly in his sensitive handling of the sky and earth. Between 1964 and 1974 he was president of England’s Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours. Condition: mounted in conservation mount and wrapped in plastic sleeve (mount hides short edge tears).
  • Salvador Dali (1904-1989) Paris, France - French Railways 

    Original Poster for French Railways SNCF 40x25" Printed by Draeger Printed in France for and by the French National Railways, 1970 Signed and dated in the stone 1969 Generally very good; occasional slight browning to the very edges
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    Salvador Dali (1904-1989) Alpes French Railways - The Alps

    Original Poster for French Railways SNCF 40x25" Printed by Draeger Printed in France for and by the French National Railways, 1970 Signed and dated in the stone 1969 Presents very well. Backed to linen; a couple of areas maybe 2-3cm across where the surface of the poster is not as shiny as others, not noticeable when framed.
  • Donald Brun (1909-1999)

    Primavera in Svizzera (1945) Lithographic poster Printed by Swiss National Tourist Office, Zurich 40×25 inches This poster won a Swiss Poster award in 1945 Donald Brun produced his famous series of posters for Switzerland as global travel became more possible. Here a Swiss steamer boat is seen crossing Lake Geneva (presumably) as a lamb celebrates spring, cavorting with a bee and a butterfly.
  • Hugo Schol (Swiss, 20th Century)

    Furka Oberalp 

    Lithographic poster (1959) Brig-Gletsch-Andermatt-Disentis *Schweiz*Suisse*Switzerland 20x12.5" An arresting scene of the Furka Oberalp Bahn/Railway by one of the best Swiss poster artists of the period. Here in a conveniently small size, the red of the train contrasts with the vivid colours of the Alps.  
  • Denys Arthur Nicholls (1916-) Southern Rhodesia 

    Prepared by the Central Office of Information and Published by HM Stationery Office Printed by Fosh & Cross Lithographic poster 30x20 inches c. 1950
  • Kerry Lee (1903-1988)

    Norwich poster for British Rail c.1950

    40x50" Lithographic poster Printed by Waterlow & Sons Limited, London and Dunstable Well known as a creator of pictorial maps of British cities from the mid 20th century, he generally draws a self-portrait in the bottom corner by his signature - as here, where he is seen writing his own name. Educated at Reading Schools of Arts and Science, the Slade and the Sorbonne in Paris, he subsequently assisted his step-father, an architect named Mr Harvey, as draftsman. Following the Depression Lee set up 'Associated Artists' at Blandford Studios off Baker Street, with a group of other commercial artists. During World War 2 he was based in Hertfordshire creating detailed cut-away drawings of German aircraft, and after the war - still at Blandford Studios - published a series of pictorial maps, both those for British Rail and also his own publications.