Bialowieza Urwald – The Polish primeval forest
|Dimensions:||63 95.5 cm|
|Lithographically printed by:||Rotograw|
1 in stock
Rare and interesting Polish poster designed by Jan Karpiński (1896-1965). The poster promoted Poland to Danish tourists. But not just Poland, but Bialowieza Urwald which is a primeval forest on the border between Poland and Belarus. It is one of the last and largest remaining parts of the vast primeval forest that once stretched across Europe. In the forest there are still approx. 800 European bison. We do not know exactly when this original poster is from, as it is so rare and does not have the year on the poster. We’re guessing the 1930s.
Condition: 8/10 – Patina and edge cracks.
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