Charles Loupot (French 1892-1962)
Artist | Lithography | Painter

Charles Loupot is remembered as one of France’s most influential poster artists of the early twientieth century. Charles Henri Honoré Loupot was born in Nice, France in 1892. In 1911, he took painting lessons and experimented with lithography at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Lyon. Loupot was chosen as one of the four official poster artists to represent the 1925 International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts.

Charles Loupot is one of the major creators in the history of the European poster. He is known for his posters for the furniture of the Galerie Barbès, the Voisin cars, Peugeot, Twinning tea, Valentine paintings, Ambre Solaire and above all St. Raphaël and the Canton Furs.

All the artworks below are originals. They are not reproductions. All are available for immediate shipping.

These artworks are by artist Charles Loupot. The artist and their estate are the sole author of the artwork and retains all copyright and reproduction rights. Artworks may not be reproduced by any process or medium, without the express written permission of the artist / artist estate.