Santa Fe (Grand Canyon) 1949 Poster


Artist Oscar M. Bryn (b.1883) began his career in the art department of the San Francisco Chronicle in 1902. He spent several years contributing illustrations to Sunset magazine, and in 1913 moved to Los Angeles as a poster designer for the Santa Fe Railway. Although named after the capitol of New Mexico, the rail line never reached the state, as the terrain prohibited the construction of tracks. The line did, however, reach the Grand Canyon in Arizona, and as this poster states was “the only railroad entering this National Park.”


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This is a high-quality photographic print of the original vintage travel poster. Photographed to retain original marks & wear and printed in my NYC studio. Framed in a black wooden frame or unframed.

Printed on digital press with archival matte off-white paper. Print size 12×18″. Ships securely in a protected case.

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Unframed, Black Frame