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ILE DE FRANCE: 1927 - Flashy 1950s interiors

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French Line: A flashy twenty-page interiors brochure for the ILE DE FRANCE. Although undated, it is from the ship's final years in the mid-to-late 1950s.

The tone is bright and fun-loving, a nice change from the all-too-serious brochures issued by the competition. There are twenty-two b&w photos showing public rooms and staterooms from First, Cabin, and Tourist classes. Many of the ILE's most famous spaces are shown here - the Versailles and Chantilly suites, the First Class Dining Room with its NORMANDIE-like chairs, the Cabin Class Salon with its LeBucheron mural and sweeping stairway, the Cabin Class Dining Room which was famously lit on fire in "The Last Voyage", even the lowly Tourist Class Smoking Room. Every other pair of pages is filled with renderings of public rooms by artist Richard Lindmen. These stylized and colorful drawings are in the style of Peter Max from the "mod" era in the 1960s, but here they are a decade earlier. He paints the First Class Grand Salon and Café de Paris, the Cabin Class Smoking Room, and a series of vignettes of shipboard scenes. In the center of the brochure is a beautiful Albert Brenet painting of the ILE DE FRANCE at sea, properly showing her post-WW2 two-funnel configuration.

Very good condition.

$75.00
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