France Travel Posters Colouring Book


  • Soft cover book with staple binding
  • 48 pages with 22 images to colour
  • Size: 8½ x 11 in.
  • Colouring pages are blank on the back so they can be cut out and displayed.

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France Travel Posters Colouring Book for All Ages

In France Travel Posters you can explore the majestic heights of the Alps to the sunny beaches of the Riviera. It’s no surprise France has long been a magnet for visitors. With its generally mild climate, ancient history, and beautiful, varied landscapes, the country boasts all the raw materials necessary for a first-rate vacation.

In the early twentieth century, France established itself as a flourishing hotbed of modern European art and culture. Advances in transportation systems made travel through the country easy, and tourists came in droves. The country’s railroad companies and tourism organizations hired artists to produce beautiful posters of scenic highlights, hoping to attract visitors to their little part of paradise.

For your colouring pleasure, this book contains line drawings tracing twenty-two of these early French travel posters. The original full-colour posters are shown as small pictures on the inside front and back covers. Maybe you’ve been to one or more of these places, or maybe you’ll visit them someday. Which places seem most appealing to you? Which poster designs attract your attention the most?

When you colour the line drawings, you can copy the original colours or you can come up with your own enticing palette. We’ve also left a blank page in the back of the book where you can create your very own sensational travel poster. Perhaps you could draw one featuring a landmark in your hometown, or in a place you’d like to go. Whatever you choose to draw, when you finish, don’t forget to put down your pencils and exclaim in true French fashion, “Voilà! C’est magnifique!


  1. Jean Julien (1888–?), Lac d’Annecy, 1926
  2. Vincent Guerra, Font-Romeu, n.d.
  3. James C. Richard, Menton—“la Perle de la France,” 1926
  4. Roger Broders (1883–1953), Avignon—Le Palais des Papes, 1922
  5. Charles Hallez, La Mayenne Pittoresque, c. 1930s
  6. Roland Hugon (1911–?), Côte d’Azur, 1937
  7. Unknown artist, Chemin de Fer Électrique, Martigny–Chätelard–Chamonix, 1930
  8. Ernest Schmitt, Strasbourg—La Cathédrale, c. 1920
  9. Adelin Charles Morel de Tanguy (1857–1930), La Côte d’Azur—Saint-Raphaël, c. 1910
  10. E. Paul Champseix, Cheverny—Châteaux de la Loire, c. 1930s
  11. Alo (Charles Hallo, 1884–1969), Côte sud de Bretagne—Audierne, n.d.
  12. Adelin Charles Morel de Tanguy (1857–1930), Les Fumades, c. 1925
  13. Léon Constant Duval (1877–1956), Cheverny—Les Chateaux de la Loire, 1926
  14. Pierre Commarmond (1897–1983), Rocamadour, 1929
  15. Jean Julien (1888–?), Allevard les Bains, c. 1925
  16. Georges Dorival (1879–1968), Évian-les-Bains & le lac Léman, 1922
  17. Georges François (1880–1968), Hauteville—Lompnès, c. 1930
  18. Roger Broders (1883–1953), Menton, 1923
  19. André Strauss, La Corse, 1927
  20. Julien Lacaze (1886–1971), Bains de mer de la Manche & de l’Océan, n.d.
  21. Georges Dorival (1879–1968), Orsay et la Vallée de Chevreuse, 1913
  22. Charles-Lucien Blumer (1871–1947), Mont Ste. Odile, c. 1930

Colouring Pencils

The colouring pencils we stock are an ideal medium for this colouring book. Intensely coloured and soft, they’re great for blending and shading. And being a dry and relatively hard medium, won’t cockle the paper or smudge either. View our range of colouring pencils.

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