|Designer:||Bacarisas, Gustavo (1872–1971)|
|Dimensions:||101 x 63 cm | 39.76 x 24.8 inches|
|Condition:||Very good | | B +|
|Publisher:||Seville Spanish American Exhibition|
|Printed by:||Lit. S. Dura. - Valencia|
This remarkable vintage poster hails from 1929 and serves as a genuine and original artifact designed to promote the Ibero-American Exposition held in Seville, Spain. The Ibero-American Exposition of 1929 stands as a significant global event that unfolded from the 9th of May, 1929, to the 21st of June, 1930. This grand international occasion was geared toward strengthening the enduring bonds between Spain, Latin America, Portugal, Brazil, and the United States.
The poster beautifully showcases the Plaza de España, a defining architectural marvel within the city, meticulously constructed for this very exhibition, alongside the Parque Maria Luisa. The Plaza de España, situated within the Parque de María Luisa, was meticulously crafted in 1928 in preparation for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929. It stands as a splendid testament to Regionalism Architecture, harmoniously blending elements of the Baroque Revival, Renaissance Revival, and Moorish Revival architectural styles that are emblematic of Spanish design.
It's worth noting that variations of this poster may include printed text in the extensive white bottom margin.
The poster remains in very good condition, showcasing only minor signs of age-related wear along the margins, which do not diminish its overall appeal and charm.