This colorful lithographic poster was created to promote an exhibition of Raoul Dufy's paintings and gouaches at the Berheim-Jeune gallery in 1959. This event was meant to benefit a charity helping artists, aka "intellectual workers". The subject chosen is from a series of gouaches that Dufy painted in 1936 during a trip to England. It represents the changing of the guard at St. James' Palace. It was reproduced by Mourlot Master Printer Henri Deschamps who had worked closely with Dufy for many years.
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