|Designer:||Jordan, Willy (1902-1971)|
|Dimensions:||102 x 64 cm | 40.16 x 25.2 inches|
|Condition:||Very good | | B +|
|Publisher:||Edité par la Société de développement, Fribourg|
|Printed by:||Lith. Klausfelder, Vevey|
This original Swiss travel poster, created by Willy Jordan, features a depiction of the Gothic-style Cathedral of St. Nicholas situated behind the famous Pont de Berne in the medieval town of Fribourg.
Fribourg is a city located in the western part of Switzerland, it is known for its charming medieval old town, its beautiful architecture, and its strategic location on the Sarine River. The bridge connects the old town with the city of Bern and spans the Sarine River. The cathedral sits prominently on a rocky outcropping 50 meters above the Sarine River.
Willy Jordan (1902-1971) was a Swiss painter, graphic artist and poster artist, known for his travel posters that promote Switzerland as a tourist destination. He was a prominent member of the Swiss School of Fine Arts and his work continues to be highly sought after by collectors.
According to the Swiss National Library is this poster designed and printed in 1938.
The poster is in very good condition with only minor wear and would make a great addition to any framed collection.