Venice Simplon Orient-Express - Restaurant car | Fix-Masseau - 1981 | Travel Poster

$6.00 - $79.00

The Orient-Express is a luxury train created by the International Company of Sleeping Cars which, since 1883, provides the link between Paris, Vienna and Venice, from 1919, and Constantinople, serving several capitals of European nations.

Fix-Masseau refers to René Pierre Masseau, a French artist and designer known for his work in the Art Deco style.

René P. Masseau, who signed his works as Fix-Masseau, was active during the early to mid-20th century and was known for his contributions to graphic arts, posters, and design. He created posters for various luxury travel services, including the Orient-Express.

Artist: Fix-Masseau (Pierre Félix Masseau)

Museum-quality poster made on thick and long-lasting matte (uncoated) paper.
Paper weight: 200 gsm / 80 lb

Available in a variety of sizes to suit your preferences.
Feel free to inquire about custom sizes at [email protected]

Please note that frames are not included with the purchase of the print. They are shown for display purposes only.

Prints are usually shipped within one week of receiving payment. If you require express shipping, please contact us at [email protected].

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Every poster is dispatched in sturdy packaging, guaranteeing its safe and secure arrival. While the occurrence of damage during transport is exceptionally rare, if your print does sustain any harm, rest assured that we will promptly replace it.

We accept returns and exchanges, please contact us within 14 days of receiving your order.

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