Print: Offset lithography Poster (Signed in print. Print by Permild & Rosengreen, Published by Statens Annonce- & Reklamekontor)
Dimensions: 24.4 x 33.5 in (62 x 85 cm)
Condition: Wear/small cracks in the upper right corner and handling signs (mainly on the edges - please see pictures.
Dissemination: Very rare
You are looking at an exhibition poster from "The Open Air Museum" (Frilandsmuseet).
The Open Air Museum is one of the largest and oldest open-air museums with more than 100 buildings rural from all over Denmark. The buildings was construed 1650-1950 and have been moved piece by piece from their original location. The buildings descents from all regions of Denmark, including many of the small and remote Danish islands like Bornholm and Læsø. Buildings from outside Denmark are represented too including buildings from Faroe Islands, as well as the former Danish possessions of Southern Schleswig in Germany and Scania and Halland in Sweden.
The poster displays an old wooden house with topped with grass on the roof - to great frustration I was not able to track down the exact name of the house. Anyway, the house is a part of the permanent exhibition called "The old village" (De gamle gårde). The old village
Open Air Museum is one of the largest and oldest open-air museums with more than 100 buildings from all over the country. The museum is located north of Copenhagen at the King's Road in Lyngby in North Zealand. It opened in 1901 as a building department of the Danish Folk Museum, and in 1920 it came under the National Museum.
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