Bitter Secrestat - Framed Food & Beverage Advertising Poster
|Genre:||Food & Beverage|
|Artist:||(Robert Wolff) Robys|
|Size:||51" x 78|
|Country of Poster:||Unknown|
|Additional Information:||Original poster, Expertly Framed BITTER SECRESTAT. Artist: Robys (a.k.a. Robert Wolf). Note that this price includes the frame as well as the art. Special shipping costs will be involved with this original poster. Framed horizontal 1935 stone lithograph ready to hang. Excellent condition. Oversize black and gold frame with OP3 museum plexi. This one is ready to hang in your home or office today. Art is: 51" x 78". Frame is: 59" x 86" Museum grade 98.5% UV plexi glass. Framed the way a great antique masterpiece should be framed! This poster is in excellent condition and never needed any restoration. The winking bartender is certainly in a jolly mood as he pours out several glasses of the aperitif--textually claiming to be the oldest form of gentian concoction--as he brandishes an acrid adjective to let folks know precisely what they're getting into. Against the deep blue background, the bartender's jacket and the deep maroon of the drink contrast effectively. The oversized letters of the product stand out in relief as a makeshift bar. [Ref: PAI-XLI, 500] Bitter Secrestat was a French aperitif bitters produced in France but is no longer manufactured. Bitter Secrestat contained Gentian (group of flowering plants) bitters enhanced by a strong portion of citrus. After prohibition, Bitter Secrestat became the favored spirit for absinthe drinkers. This is an Original Lithograph Vintage Poster; it is not a reproduction. This poster is conservation mounted, linen backed, and in excellent condition. The image follows in the designs of Leonetto Cappiello, Jean D'Ylen and Henri Le Monnier.|
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