Georges Massias "Cycles Gladiator"


Cycles Gladiator, 1895

Few illustrations have captivated more than this fantastic image for Gladiator Cycles. A stunning woman with free-flowing red hair glides effortlessly through the heavens with a winged bicycle - a grand metaphor for the utility of the new form of transportation. The image, perhaps less consciously, was also a grand metaphor for the liberation of women which the bicycle helped foster. 

Giclée on archival bond paper.

Framed Dimensions: 44" x 32"

This is an oversized product.