|Hohlwein, Ludwig (1874-1949)
|87 x 60 cm | 34.25 x 23.62 inches
|Very good/excellent | | A-/B+
|F. Bruckmann AG, München
Discover a captivating original vintage lithograph travel poster dating back to 1927, meticulously crafted by the renowned Ludwig Hohlwein, celebrated for his numerous contributions to the world of German travel posters. Hohlwein, who hailed from the picturesque town of Wiesbaden, took immense pleasure in fashioning this particular artwork.
This splendid poster beckons travelers to embrace the beauty of spring in Wiesbaden, with its centerpiece being the grand Kurhaus. The artwork elegantly showcases golf enthusiasts strolling beside this iconic spa building, with one of them holding a bowl of the spa's therapeutic water. This vivid scene encapsulates the spirit of Wiesbaden's leisurely charm.
The Kurhaus of Wiesbaden, with its opulent ballrooms, is a frequent host of traditional cultural events, enchanting attendees with open-air concerts and graceful ballet performances. These cultural highlights make Wiesbaden a vibrant center of artistic expression.
Resting in excellent condition, this poster emanates vivid shades of pink and blue, each hue adding to its allure. It does bear a slight horizontal fold, and some minor wear is evident, bearing testimony to its age and the many journeys it has witnessed.