|Dimensions:||70 x 100 cm|
|Lithographically printed by:||Egypt Graphics Institute|
|Published by:||Egyptian Tourist State Department|
1 in stock
Original Egyptian lithograph from the 1950s which depicts life in Egypt, by combining the secular and the religious, the ancient and the modern. The poster is a design by Ihap Hulusi (1898 – 1986), who was born in Cairo to Turkish parents. Hulusi is known as the “first modern graphic designer from Turkey” and as “the man who illustrated the republic.”
Condition: 6/10 – Very included in the sides and a lot of patina.
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