Les Ruines d'Angkor, indochine – Vintage poster – George GROSLIER – 1911 Sold

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Vintage poster Les Ruines d'Angkor, indochine



The Gorgeous poster for the Angkor Temple in Cambodgia, showing priest and dancers in the entrance of the temple. George Groslier, the designer, opened the first archeological museum in Phnom-Pen and was during all his life the protector of the Angkor temples. An extremely rare poster finely printed in stone-lithography in 1911. A Master piece highly collectible. . . . SOLD


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