Eat more Spanish fruit

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Designer: Rafael de Penagos
Decade: 1920s
Year: ca. 1920
Dimensions: 70 x 100 cm
Lithographically printed by: Ortega, Spain
Published by: UNEA
Country: Denmark, Norway, Spain
Condition: 8/10

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    Delivery

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    Return policy

    PlakatKunst.dk accepts exchange and return of undamaged products within 14 days from the date of receipt of the product. It can take 1-3 business days from the item is returned to us before refunds are received. Refunds are always made to the form of payment with which you purchased the item.

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    If you have received a defective picture frame, which can happen during shipping, just contact us at support@plakatkunst.dk with documentary pictures. Then we will send you a replacement for the defective part as soon as possible. Of course, this does not cost you anything, and you can just throw out the defective part. For example, if only the glass is damaged, we will only send you new glass. We do this to minimize the waste of both materials and unnecessary freight. You must not send defective goods back to us.

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    Email: support@plakatkunst.dk
    Phone: 28 686 123


Beautiful Spanish art-deco lithograph which about 100 years ago promoted Spanish fruit in Norway and Denmark. This Scandinavian version is much more rare than the more Spanish and English version, which is still traded for more than what we charge for this exceptionally well-kept copy.

The poster was designed by Rafael de Penagos (1889 – 1954) who was a Spanish art-deco illustrator and painter. He is considered was one of the most famous representatives of Madrilian modernism.

Condition: 8/10 – Slight tears and moisture damage in the sides, but otherwise perfect condition – but with a little patina.

Frame is not included. See our large selection of exclusive frames that can be made precisely to the poster.

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