Constant Duval

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Constant Duval (1877-?)

Constant (Leon) Duval, was a prolific posterist for railway companies in the 1910s and 1920s. Constant Duval often equipped Brittany with a heat light, through landscapes chatoyants where dominate the yellow and orange colours. Ferns does not make departures from the rule and the sun bathes the accesses of the castle, wrapping yellow reflections structures and vegetation. The posters of Constant Duval carry the mark of the painter who creates the image by small keys. Interior Brittany and that of the cities did not give place to the abundance of posters which knew the Breton coasts, but some beautiful images nevertheless encouraged the tourists to discover less attended places. and abroad. His book A Brush with Life was published in 1969.