french type

Hello, I'm designing a catalog dedicated to artists, the so-called School of Paris
(A group of French and non-French artists working in Paris in the first half of the 20th century). I want to use as a basic sans serif font. But the classic French “national” sans, that I know - Antique Olive, created later and I have doubts about the propriety of its use. On the other hand confuses me too “German” origin of the majority of old sans-serif fonts.

Is "LeFrancois" a typical french type?
With 3 ranges of capitals, this sans serif font is really smart!
Visit:
http://www.editions205.fr/index.php?/fonderie/lefrancois--new/

Is "LeFrancois" a typical french type?
With 3 ranges of capitals, this sans serif font is really smart!
This OpenType font contains 350 glyphs (alternative lettres, ligatures, old style figures, etc.) more than 6000 kernings...
Visit:
http://www.editions205.fr/index.php?/fonderie/lefrancois--new/

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