Cesare Urtis Torino Forniture Elettriche
Item #: 14180786A
10" x 14.5" without border
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This digital pigment print is produced on a medium-weight 260 g/sm paper and coated with a semi-gloss luster finish that protects the inks and creates a vibrant look. Printed with archival inks that are designed with a lightfastness rating of more than 100 years.
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The drama and spectacle of 19th Century Italian opera was perfectly conveyed by the flamboyant posters of Adolpho Hohenstein (1854 – 1928). Hohenstein, a German Art Nouveau master, was so synonymous with the Italian spirit that he was called “Father of the Italian Poster.” Hired by Ricordi, a music publisher which also printed posters advertising its music, Hohenstein oversaw their staff, designed postcards, and created his signature posters. Hohenstein’s 10-foot-tall posters transformed the Italian poster into an art form and perfectly complemented the drama of the theatrical Italian opera.
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