About this poster
A unique still life seen from an unusual and arresting perspective: a bottle of golden liquor precariously placed on the edge of a table against a scarlet background. The light which shines through the bottle from behind creates a stunning effect, making it seem to glow from within. A beautiful stone lithograph by the Italian designer Marcello Nizzoli from 1926 for the sweat aperitif which is no longer in production. This is the original poster design in the rare format of 70 x 100 cm in perfect condition.
Artist: Marcello Nizzoli
The very creative and versatile Italian artist Marcello Nizzoli lived from 1887 until 1969 and worked as a painter, decorator, textile designer and graphic designer. Nizzoli was an architect by training and began his advertising career with the Maga agency in 1924. Many of the posters he designed were for Italian automobile companies. Nizzoli was a bold artist with a unique, strong sense of composition. This was a... more
The very creative and versatile Italian artist Marcello Nizzoli lived from 1887 until 1969 and worked as a painter, decorator, textile designer and graphic de ...
- Poster No.: 1487
- Company: Davide Campari-Milano S.p.A., Mailand, IT
- Printer: Arti Grafiche Chiattone Milano
- Size: 101 x 70 cm / 39.8 x 27.6″
- Printing technique:Stone lithograph in colours
Very good condition. Picture preserved. Wrinkles and small tears, if any, restricted to edges. Mounted on acid-free Japanese vellum.
- Publications:Il Manifesto Italiano
L‘affiche dans le Monde
La Grafica per l’Aperitivo
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