1973 Wiinblad Ballet Poster (Cramér Baletten) - Original Vintage Poster

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Artist: Bjørn Wiinblad (signed by Wiinblad in print)

Print: Offset lithography

Dimensions: 17.7 x 22 in (45 x 56 cm)

Condition: Very good condition - very light signs of handling (if any) - please see pictures.

Country: Denmark

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A true Wiinblad masterpiece made for the National Theatre Company (Riksteatern) - a touring theater located in Sweden.

The poster advertises a ballet (The Cramér Ballet) which was co-founded by the Swedish dancer and choreographer, Ivo Cramér. 

The craft of Wiinblad is often colorful, lush and full of humor. He was inspired by the sumptuous oriental style far from the Nordic minimalist line. This artwork is differently true to his special line - please pay close attention to all the little details in the background.

The views on his works are to this day very divided, but interest in his finer things are unrelenting - especially abroad (particularly the U.S., Japan, Germany and Norway). Bjørn Wiinblad's contemporaries were not exactly inclined to acknowledge his way to work, so his position as an artist has been a bit special. 

Globally, Bjørn Wiinblad is one of the very best selling Danish artists. He is represented at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the Museum of Modern Art in New York and in many other museums all over the world. 

Please note: the poster is printed on medium glossy paper that adds a nice dept to artistic impression.

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

REF: L4506

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1973 Wiinblad Ballet Poster (Cramér Baletten) - Original Vintage Poster

1973 Wiinblad Ballet Poster (Cramér Baletten) - Original Vintage Poster

Artist: Bjørn Wiinblad (signed by Wiinblad in print)

Print: Offset lithography

Dimensions: 17.7 x 22 in (45 x 56 cm)

Condition: Very good condition - very light signs of handling (if any) - please see pictures.

Country: Denmark