Jacques Bonneaud (1898-1971), biography

Jacques Bonneaud is a French Movie Poster Artist, graduate of the Beaux-Arts de Paris. He is a specialist of lithographie technique, and has created more than 2000 film posters from 1920's to 1950's. He ceased his movie poster activities in 1958 when the offset technique replaced the lithography technique, to become an artistic director in a printing office.

Here are some examples of movie posters created by Jacques Bonneaud: les Enfants du Paradis (Marcel Carné, 1943), le Corbeau (Henri-Georges Clouzot), The Maltese Falcon (1941), la Règle du Jeu (1939), Snow-White (first release, 1937), The Walking Dead (1936), Sherlock Holmes, Destination Moon, Man of a Thousand Faces...

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Sherlock Holmes de BonneaudLes Enfants du Paradis de BonneaudLa règle du jeu de BonneaudDestination Lune de BonneaudLe Faucon Maltais de Bonneaud Blanche Neige de BonneaudLe Corbeau de Bonneaud