1993 Copenhagen by Per Arnoldi (signed) - Original Vintage Poster

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Artist: Per Arnoldi (signed with pencil by Arnoldi)

Print: Offset lithography 

Dimensions: 15.7 x 19.7 in (40 x 50 cm)

Condition: Very good condition - only minor signs of handling - please see the pictures. 

Country: Denmark

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A great and modernistic poster displaying the City Hall of Copenhagen.

The poster was made to advertise the city of Copenhagen, Denmark and used to hang on bus stops and train stations around the city in the 1990s - one is still hanging in my neighborhood (yes, things moves slow around here).

The poster is singed with pencil in the bottom by Per Arnoldi which makes this beautiful poster even more precious.

Arnoldi is a self-taught, world-renowned modernist artist. He is particularly known for his posters and considered one of Denmark's most important poster artists. He is known for a tight and easily recognizable form and color language. As a painter, Per Arnoldi always uses primary colors (red/yellow/blue) on a bed of black - just like on this very poster.

Arnoldi is represented in a number of well known museums in the world including Victoria and Albert Museum in London, Museum of Modern Art in New York, Museum of Modern Art in Toyama and Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam.

This poster is a great contribution to the modernist legacy that (without a doubt) will spice up any wall it is hanged on. The poster is extremely hard to find so if you find yourself in the need of something quite unique - you came to the right place.

Thanks for watching and please let me know if you have any questions.

REF: M101

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1993 Copenhagen by Per Arnoldi (signed) - Original Vintage Poster

1993 Copenhagen by Per Arnoldi (signed) - Original Vintage Poster

Artist: Per Arnoldi (signed with pencil by Arnoldi)

Print: Offset lithography 

Dimensions: 15.7 x 19.7 in (40 x 50 cm)

Condition: Very good condition - only minor signs of handling - please see the pictures. 

Country: Denmark