This is a RARE lithograph. (Please see companion in our shop as well.) It is an original French men’s tailoring lithograph that features classic styling from the late Art Deco years. It was created for display at a bespoke tailor shop in Paris in 1936. The print features a dapper gentleman dressed in a classic styled blue and brown striped 3-piece suit called “Major Campbell”. Note his fashionable pocket square, his unusual 2-toned shirt and hat. The image is also unique in that it is NOT static. The highly styled man is “in motion” making this print interactive with the viewer. He appears to be on his way somewhere with his overcoat casually placed over his arm. In addition, this tailoring lithograph is unusually large for its type. It measures 10.75 x 16.25 inches. Signed by the illustrated, Land. Comes matted in a neutral tone 16 x 20 inch mat ready for a standard size frame. Perfect for today’s male fashionista. It is a great gift idea for the man in your life. The image is great home or office décor. Clean, pristine condition.