Poster by Razzia for the Café de Flore in Paris

Promotional poster for the famous Café de Flore, founded in 1887.
The Café de Flore is a Parisian café-restaurant in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district, next to the Deux Magots restaurant.
On the poster, the artist represented a man, hat, cigarette and newspaper in hand. At the Café de Flore, you can come and sit down for a drink, a coffee... and read Le Figaro, Le Monde , Liberation...

Colour lithograph on paper, Linen backing.

Dimensions Length x Width x Height
42.5 × 0.07 × 55.1 in
XXIth century

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