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  • Two skiers on wooden wings take flight in Francisco Tamagno’s “Chamonix” in one of the first posters to advertise railway transit for skiers. Tamagno’s work helped forge the Golden Age of Posters, when Art Nouveau was a leading decorative movement. The main artist for the Camis printing house, Tamagno’s picturesque style is highly detailed and uses a variety of brilliant colors in the design for theater bills as well as railway, bicycle and liquor posters.
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