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Lithograph in colours from an original photograph printed in circa 1968 to promote ski and alpine tourism to this quaint area of the high German Alps. An unusual and collectible poster offered in impeccable condition. Scarce.
Finished with bold yellow typography and encompassing a picturesque village scene, idyllic snowy woodland hills and clear blue skies, this German ski poster perfectly evokes that cosy ski-resort sentiment.
In A condition - a poster in very good condition; the colours are fresh and there is no paper loss; there may be some slight blemish or tears.
A key attraction to this type of memorabilia is their usability: unlike the one-off pleasure of a bottle of wine or stamps stowed away in an album, these posters are works of art made to be displayed - ideally in a ski lodge and increasingly in the home too.
For anyone who's ever curled up with a chocolat chaud and fondue after a day on the slopes or stepped outside their chalet to a landscape of immaculate fresh powder under an icy blue sky, skiing is a captivating experience that offers thrill and indulgence in equal measure. It's no surprise then that images reminding people of their time in these mountain paradises have become such popular and sought-after collectibles.
Before the widespread use of photography these posters were designed by French and Swiss artists who were trained in traditional techniques of illustration such as stone lithography, and commissioned by hotels or regional tourist bodies, making these fine pieces true and valid works of art. By the 60's there was a shift to incorporating photography into posters and these too are now eminently collectible and starkly beautiful works.
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