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Skansen - August Strindberg

Sale price$296.00

Designer: W. Bernhard
Decade: The 1930s
Year: 1934
Dimensions: 70 x 94 cm
Country: Sweden
Lithographically printed by: Ivar Häggström Boktryckeri AB
Published by: The redoubt
Condition: 9/10
✓ Original - not a reprint!
✓ Delivery in 2-4 working days
✓ 30 day right of return

Founded in 1891, Skansen was the first open-air museum and zoo in Sweden. It is located on the island of Djurgården in Stockholm, Sweden.

The poster was lithographically printed in 1934 and designed by Waldemar Bernhard (1890 - 1965). It shows the bell tower at Skansen, which is a copy of the bell tower at Håsjö Church in Jämtland. Below the picture is a quote from August Strindberg:

"You see, this is where we young people go when we want to see our big beautiful country in summary".


9/10 - A small crack on the left side and patina.


We do not frame the poster and the frame is not included in the price. If you want a frame for the poster, you can see our large selection of frames with special dimensions , which can be adapted exactly to the poster's 70x94 cm. We always recommend the fine, anti-reflective and UV-protective museum glass when you need to frame real art. If you buy both a frame and a lithograph from PlakatKunst, we send the two products separately so that we don't risk damaging the poster if the frame breaks during shipping.

Skansen - August Strindberg
Skansen - August Strindberg Sale price$296.00