Berthemont Les Bains, Nice 1950

Regular price £850.00 GBP
Tax included.

Printer: Robaudy, Cannes

Dimensions: 120 x 80 cm. 

Condition: Very good 

Available: Due to be framed in oak £850 + P&P. Previously sold with oak frame (see picture). Delivery by 1st May 2024, can be fast tracked, at request.

NB. We require a slightly additional fee for framing and delivery due to the size of the poster.  

Description: From the 1950s, this large original lithograph advertised the health and beauty benefits of Berthemont-Les-Bains ­– a thermal spa town on the French Riviera.

Artist: Emmanuel Bellini was a French architect, painter, draughtsman and figurative lithographer. He was born in Monaco and grew up during the height of the Belle Époque. He remembered his childhood lit with sunshine and bright colours as he watched aristocrats and gentlefolk visiting casinos, opera and the glorious coastline – joyful memories that would later inspire his art. He studied at the Rocher drawing school before working for a firm of architects. Teaching himself to paint, he combined his day job as an architect in Cannes with his love of art. Influenced by Fauvism and Impression, and using intense colour, his output was prolific and he exhibited many times in the South of France. One of Bellini’s many admirers was Prince Rainier of Monaco who loved his cheerful pictures and supported many of his exhibitions.

Printer: Robaudy, Cannes

Dimensions: 120 x 80 cm. 

Condition: Very good 

Available: Due to be framed in oak £850 + P&P. Previously sold with oak frame (see picture). Delivery by 1st May 2024, can be fast tracked, at request.

NB. We require a slightly additional fee for framing and delivery due to the size of the poster.  

Description: From the 1950s, this large original lithograph advertised the health and beauty benefits of Berthemont-Les-Bains ­– a thermal spa town on the French Riviera.

Artist: Emmanuel Bellini was a French architect, painter, draughtsman and figurative lithographer. He was born in Monaco and grew up during the height of the Belle Époque. He remembered his childhood lit with sunshine and bright colours as he watched aristocrats and gentlefolk visiting casinos, opera and the glorious coastline – joyful memories that would later inspire his art. He studied at the Rocher drawing school before working for a firm of architects. Teaching himself to paint, he combined his day job as an architect in Cannes with his love of art. Influenced by Fauvism and Impression, and using intense colour, his output was prolific and he exhibited many times in the South of France. One of Bellini’s many admirers was Prince Rainier of Monaco who loved his cheerful pictures and supported many of his exhibitions.