Franceby Pierre Commarmond
Cayeux sur Mer
Speed boat cruising through the water with birds flying above.Cayeux-sur-Mer is a French summer resort town on the English Channel about three and a half hours from Paris on the Chemin du Fer du Nord. Underneath the town's name here is its amusing English-French nickname ""Brighton-les-Pins"" - bestowed in honor of its location directly across from England's best-known seaside town. Commarmond was a landscape painter from Lyon who specialized in mountain and ocean views. Along with Broders and Soubie, he produced some of the best French railway posters of the 1920s and 30s.