Albert Brenet (1903-2005): Lecon de Pilotage
Albert Brenet (French, 1903-2005)
Lecon de Pilotage
Colour lithograph, linen backed, signed by Brenet in the plate, in a simple light oak frame
Editee par le secretariat general a la Defense...Equipage II
An original poster published by Secretariat-General a la Defense Aerienne, c.1930s, striking image of pilot and navigator in the cockpit of a French flying boat
Print: 61 x 86cm
Frame: 68 x 106 cm
Stock Reference: LH 1381
Good. Slight creasing towards the lower half of the image. Currently in a sympathetic frame of light oak. For international buyers: to save money on shipping costs, happy to remove from the frame and ship rolled up in a tube.
A Note From Luke
Albert Brenet was born in Harfleur in 1903 and was known, primarily, as a painter and illustrator of maritime, naval and aviation themes. He was appointed official painter to the French Navy in 1936 and subsequently produced stylish posters for airlines, shipping lines and the SNCF. He illustrated the posters for the launch and inaugural voyage of the S. S. Normandie liner in 1935 and the S. S. France in 1961. He died in 2005.
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