|Designer:||Šantel, Saša (1883–1945)|
|Dimensions:||76 x 56 cm | 29.92 x 22.05 inches|
|Condition:||Very good/excellent | | A-/B+|
|Publisher:||Tourist-Office Putnik, Ljubljana.|
|Printed by:||Litografija im Offsettisk Jugoslovanske Tiskarne v Ljubljani.|
This exceptional and exceptionally rare vintage travel poster promotes Bled, a charming Slovenian resort town nestled at the base of the Julian Alps and graced by the serene Lake Bled.
Designed by Šantel Saša (Aleksander Saša), a multifaceted artist who excelled as a painter, graphic artist, illustrator, professional writer, and musician.
The poster elegantly showcases a woman donned in traditional attire as she gracefully rows on the tranquil lake. In hues of red and blue, the stunning 11th-century Bled Castle and the Church of Mary the Queen, also recognized as the Pilgrimage Church of the Assumption of Mary, adorn the backdrop.
Based on information from the National and University Library, this particular poster was printed in 1924.
Notably, the poster is in outstanding condition and is printed on sturdy, high-quality paper.