Arosa 6000 ft., Ernst Emil Schlatter
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Arosa 6000 ft.

Artist: Ernst Emil Schlatter
Year: 1936
Size: 102 x 64.3 cm / 40.2 x 25.3″

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The Grisons village of Arosa was discovered as a health resort in the 1880s and steadily gained popularity in the following decades. Ernst Emil Schlatter, who developed new techniques for the use of colour lithography in poster art at the Wolfensberger printing company in Zurich, created this attractive design to advertise the popular resort.

Artist: Ernst Emil Schlatter

Ernst Emil Schlatter was born in 1883 and studied the craft of lithography in Zurich and Stuttgart. He returned to his native city of Zurich around 1910 to work for Wolfensberger Lithographic Institute (Graphische Anstalt Wolfensberger), where he introduced several important innovations in the application of stone lithography to poster art. Between 1917 and 1920, Schlatter taught lithography and landscape painting... more

Ernst Emil Schlatter was born in 1883 and studied the craft of lithography in Zurich and Stuttgart. He returned to his native city of Zurich around 1910 to wo ...

rk for Wolfensberger Lithographic Institute (Graphische Anstalt Wolfensberger), where he introduced several important innovations in the application of stone lithography to poster art. Between 1917 and 1920, Schlatter taught lithography and landscape painting... more
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