|Dimensions:||89.5 x 59.5 cm | 35.24 x 23.43 inches|
|Condition:||Excellent | | A -|
|Publisher:||Örebro läns utställning 1928|
|Printed by:||Johnson & Hill, Örebro 1928|
his original vintage poster, dating back to 1928, was created for the "Örebro läns utställning 1928," with a particular focus on the exhibition of church art held at Örebro Castle. This medieval fortification stands alongside the Svartån River in Örebro County, Sweden, and it underwent expansions during the reign of the Vasa royal family.
The poster elegantly showcases a restored church altar design featuring a crucifix. It's skillfully printed in red, green, and gold inks.
The poster proudly bears the following text: "Örebro läns utställning 1928. Avdelning för kyrklig konst och konstvård i Örebro slott 21 juni - 29 juli."
In 1928, Örebro was the stage for a grand county exhibition that radiated optimism and a resolute faith in the limitless potential of technological progress. This exhibition captured the futuristic spirit of its era, unveiling Örebro County's aspirations across a wide spectrum of fields, encompassing agriculture, industry, handicrafts, farming, mining, manor culture, forestry, hunting, fishing, and more.
The poster remains in pristine condition, making it a cherished piece of history. It provides a fascinating glimpse into the dynamic culture and innovative spirit of Örebro County during this period.