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Fratelli Rittatore Torino

By Adolfo Hohenstein

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28 x 43 cm [25 x 31 cm without border]
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Created with high-quality printing techniques for a vivid and sharp image, this versatile art print strikes a balance between quality and affordability.

28 x 43 cm Art Print
25 x 31 cm without border
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Created with high-quality printing techniques for a vivid and sharp image, this versatile art print strikes a balance between quality and affordability.

About the Art

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.

Item# 10571781837A

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Created with high-quality printing techniques for a vivid and sharp image, this versatile art print strikes a balance between quality and affordability.

About the Art

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.

Item# 10571781837A

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2 pictures were not the same size.

By Ramjam

from Hampshire, England.

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    • Poor Workmanship

    Purchase Reason

    • Fill Wall Space

    Comments:

    We ordered a pair of pictures that were dispatched seperately and are not the same size. They sit next to each other on the wall and don't match. I stress the size ordered were the same and one of the frames is 4mm larger than the other.

    • Gender:
    • Male
    • Display Location:
    • Dining Room

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    Fratelli Rittatore Torino

    By Adolfo Hohenstein

    28 x 43 cm Art Print
    25 x 31 cm without border
    Product no longer available
    We apologize for the inconvenience