Canada (21 - 30)

Canadian Pacific Quebec Ski Canada Fine Art Giclee PrintEnlarge

Canadian Pacific Quebec Ski Canada Fine Art Giclee Print

This is a vintage fine art giclee print featuring an advertising for Canadian Pacific Railway to entice people to travel their rails to destinations like the one above, Quebec Canada to experience snow skiing in its prime atmosphere. See Canadian Pacific Quebec Ski Canada Fine Art Giclee Print enlarged or framed.

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Canadian Pacific Indian Days Banff Canada Fine Art Giclee PrintEnlarge

Canadian Pacific Indian Days Banff Canada Fine Art Giclee Print

This is a vintage fine art giclee print featuring an old native Banff Canadian Indian chief in tribal attire. See Canadian Pacific Indian Days Banff Canada Fine Art Giclee Print enlarged or framed.

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Canadian Pacific St. Andrews Canada Fine Art Giclee PrintEnlarge

Canadian Pacific St. Andrews Canada Fine Art Giclee Print

This is a vintage fine art giclee print featuring an advertising for Canadian Pacific Railway to entice travelers to places like St. Andrews Golf Club in New Brunswick, Canada. This pretty lady is going to knock out the competition without even touching a club. See Canadian Pacific St. Andrews Canada Fine Art Giclee Print enlarged or framed.

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Canadian Pacific Hunt Big Game Moose Canada Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee PrintEnlarge

Canadian Pacific Hunt Big Game Moose Canada Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print

This is a vintage fine art giclee print featuring a big game moose that may not make it to the next season with ads like these for Canadian Pacific Railway enticing people to travel to Canada for the experience of hunting them. Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) was incorporated on February 16, 1881. Less than five years later a ribbon of steel united Canada when the line to the Pacific coast was completed with the driving of the 'Last Spike' at Craigellachie, British Columbia, on November 7, 1885. By the 1920s, CPR had become known as the 'World's Greatest Travel System'. That slogan helped CPR promote its renowned transcontinental passenger trains, a chain of luxury hotels and a fleet of steamships. Since its beginnings, CPR commissioned many well-known artists and even went so far as to build an in-house team of graphic artists and printers to illustrate the company's vast empire. As a result, Canadian Pacific made a significant contribution to the art of poster design. Today, CPR operates on about 14,000 miles of rail lines in Canada and the United States and is among the largest freight railways in North America. See Canadian Pacific Hunt Big Game Moose Canada Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print enlarged or framed.

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Canadian Pacific Fly Fishing Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee PrintEnlarge

Canadian Pacific Fly Fishing Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print

This is a vintage fine art giclee print featuring an advertising for Canadian Pacific Railways promoting travel to Canada for the experience of fly fishing in it's pristine waters. Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) was incorporated on February 16, 1881. Less than five years later a ribbon of steel united Canada when the line to the Pacific coast was completed with the driving of the 'Last Spike' at Craigellachie, British Columbia, on November 7, 1885. By the 1920s, CPR had become known as the 'World's Greatest Travel System'. That slogan helped CPR promote its renowned transcontinental passenger trains, a chain of luxury hotels and a fleet of steamships. Since its beginnings, CPR commissioned many well-known artists and even went so far as to build an in-house team of graphic artists and printers to illustrate the company's vast empire. As a result, Canadian Pacific made a significant contribution to the art of poster design. Today, CPR operates on about 14,000 miles of rail lines in Canada and the United States and is among the largest freight railways in North America. See Canadian Pacific Fly Fishing Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print enlarged or framed.

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Canadian Pacific Game Fishing Trout Canada Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee PrintEnlarge

Canadian Pacific Game Fishing Trout Canada Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print

This is a vintage fine art giclee print featuring an advertising for Canadian Pacific Railways promoting travel to Canada for the experience of trout and bass fishing in it's pristine waters. Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) was incorporated on February 16, 1881. Less than five years later a ribbon of steel united Canada when the line to the Pacific coast was completed with the driving of the 'Last Spike' at Craigellachie, British Columbia, on November 7, 1885. By the 1920s, CPR had become known as the 'World's Greatest Travel System'. That slogan helped CPR promote its renowned transcontinental passenger trains, a chain of luxury hotels and a fleet of steamships. Since its beginnings, CPR commissioned many well-known artists and even went so far as to build an in-house team of graphic artists and printers to illustrate the company's vast empire. As a result, Canadian Pacific made a significant contribution to the art of poster design. Today, CPR operates on about 14,000 miles of rail lines in Canada and the United States and is among the largest freight railways in North America. See Canadian Pacific Game Fishing Trout Canada Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print enlarged or framed.

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Canadian Pacific Airlines Airplane Canada Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee PrintEnlarge

Canadian Pacific Airlines Airplane Canada Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print

This is a vintage fine art giclee print featuring an advertising for Canadian Pacific Airlines enticing travel to Canada via their airways on 'Wings of the World's Greatest Travel System.' See Canadian Pacific Airlines Airplane Canada Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print enlarged or framed.

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Canadian Pacific Chicago Worlds Fair Trains Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee PrintEnlarge

Canadian Pacific Chicago Worlds Fair Trains Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print

This is a vintage fine art giclee print featuring an advertising for Canadian Pacific Railways promoting travel from Toronto to Chicago for the Worlds Fair. Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) was incorporated on February 16, 1881. Less than five years later a ribbon of steel united Canada when the line to the Pacific coast was completed with the driving of the 'Last Spike' at Craigellachie, British Columbia, on November 7, 1885. By the 1920s, CPR had become known as the 'World's Greatest Travel System'. That slogan helped CPR promote its renowned transcontinental passenger trains, a chain of luxury hotels and a fleet of steamships. Since its beginnings, CPR commissioned many well-known artists and even went so far as to build an in-house team of graphic artists and printers to illustrate the company's vast empire. As a result, Canadian Pacific made a significant contribution to the art of poster design. Today, CPR operates on about 14,000 miles of rail lines in Canada and the United States and is among the largest freight railways in North America. See Canadian Pacific Chicago Worlds Fair Trains Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print enlarged or framed.

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Canadian Pacific Orient Line Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee PrintEnlarge

Canadian Pacific Orient Line Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print

This is a vintage fine art giclee print featuring an oriental woman in a cart advertising a port of call that Canadian Pacific Ocean Lines would bring passengers to after the port of Honolulu, Hawaii. See Canadian Pacific Orient Line Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print enlarged or framed.

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Canadian Pacific Empress Cruise Ship Orient Route Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee PrintEnlarge

Canadian Pacific Empress Cruise Ship Orient Route Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print

This is a vintage fine art giclee print featuring an advertising for 'The White Empress' cruise ship and some of the ports of call she offered the passengers, Honolulu, Japan, China, and Manila. See Canadian Pacific Empress Cruise Ship Orient Route Poster Vintage Fine Art Giclee Print enlarged or framed.

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Although it was important in the timeline of Canadian History, the transportation sector was not the only important topic of those early years. As our fine vintage art giclees will prove upon first glance, tourism became a huge part of Canada?s economy. These posters served as advertising to attract more visitors. Some journeyed just to ski or hunt big game moose; while others tried fly fishing and game fishing trout, perhaps from a bungalow in the mountains, as the print might suggest. The artists assigned to these paintings made magazine ads, posters and sales promotions to attract more tourists. You might consider those artists to be ground-breaking graphic designers, since the age of computers was yet to be discovered back then.
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