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Geneva Travel Poster, C. 1945

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Geneva Travel Poster, C. 1945

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Product Information

Vintage; 1910-1950
Very Good; some wear
Country of Origin:
ink on paper on linen
25.5" W x 39.25" H

Why We Love This

An original Swiss travel poster, printed circa 1945 using offset lithography and signed Guhl. Shows a bold swish of white on the clean blue waters of Lake Geneva, for which Switzerland is famous. The farmland and buildings on the shore have a Cubist quality. The Swiss were considered the finest graphic artists in the post-War period, and their clean graphic style is apparent in this poster. The piece has been linen backed and is sold ready to frame.
As described by Vintage European Posters

About Vintage European Posters

Vintage European Posters has been in the business of buying and selling advertising posters since 1997. Our posters were printed at the time they were designed, never reprints, and we guarantee the authenticity of everything in our collection. We travel to Europe every year in search of good stock in fine condition. All of our posters are backed in linen by paper conservators and they've been washed and mounted to archival standard.