Winter in Switzerland, Eric Hermès
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Winter in Switzerland

Artist: Eric Hermès
Year: 1936
Size: 100 x 62 cm / 39.4 x 24.4″
Price: On request

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Born in Ludwigshafen am Rhein in 1881, Erich Hermes lived and died in Geneva in 1971 as Eric Hermès. His poster compositions are characterised by elegance and contrasting human figures. His works were influenced by Ferdinand Hodler and various art styles from Art Nouveau to New Objectivity. Eric Hermès designed only a few posters; these are among the most beautiful Swiss posters ever. One of them is this perfect and rare stone lithograph "Winter in Switzerland" from 1938 to promote Swiss winter sports.

Artist: Eric Hermès

Erich or Eric Hermès was born in Ludwigshafen a. Rhein, Germany in 1881 and died in Geneva in 1971. He was a painter, stained-glass artist, graphic designer and sculptor.
After studying at the École des Beaux-Arts in Geneva, Hermès went on study trips to Italy, Paris and Munich. He mainly worked on decorative and monumental commissions, murals and stained-glass windows for various churches. His work was i... more

Erich or Eric Hermès was born in Ludwigshafen a. Rhein, Germany in 1881 and died in Geneva in 1971. He was a painter, stained-glass artist, graphic designer ...

and sculptor.
After studying at the École des Beaux-Arts in Geneva, Hermès went on study trips to Italy, Paris and Munich. He mainly worked on decorative and monumental commissions, murals and stained-glass windows for various churches. His work was i... more
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