original poster 1950 cm 140 x 100 linen backed
Original very rare poster by famous italian artist Gino Boccasile* signed in the plate. Poster is printed in full lithograph by Raffaelli Livorno, editor by Aloi Milan, first edition of 1950, size circa cm 140 x 100 (55,16 x 39,37 inches). Mounted in professional linen backed, excellent general condition, with strong chromatic contrast, fresh and vibrant colors (the real green of the poster is much more "alive" than the image you see) . This charming image shows the buxom woman showing two of the liqueurs produced by Bardi which the poster shows as having begun their operations in 1892. This poster in the auctions reaches prices between 3500 and 5000 dollars.
*The artist, Gino Boccasile (1901-1952) was an influential artist, who in his career adapted many of the concepts of the Art Deco influence but added a roundness and form to the sharper lines of classic art deco. He later created many posters for the Italian Government during World War ll. He is especially well known for creating a group of post-World War II advertising posters showing voluptuous women as is in
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