MARTINI Custom Framing - Apéritif de renommée mondiale 1950s Original Advertising Print

This is an authentic original printed on the date stated below. We only sell original-period items! Each product comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Printer Unknown,
Year 1952
Country France,
Size 40.5 x 33.5 (15.94 x 13.19 in)
Condition A
Colours Green, Orange, Red, White,

This 1950s Original Print is professionally framed in a black wooden frame with an orange passe-partout.

During her long career as fashion illustrator, Brunetta Moretti Mateldi collaborated with famous Italian publications such as “Il Corriere della Sera”, “L’Espresso”, “La Gazzetta del Popolo”, “Scena Illustrata”, and “Il Dramma”. She was also the first graphic designer to work for the legendary New York magazine “Harper’s Bazaar”. Her unmistakable, eclectic, sharp and ironic style focused on her drawings of hats – won her much praise, including the nomination among the “Eighteen of the world’s most powerful women” by the “Sunday Mirror” in 1962, and the Ambrogino d’Oro awarded to her by the Milan Municipality in 1950. Her drawings, drafts and sketches have been the center of many exhibitions. She also designed advertising prints such as this one for Martini & Rossi.

Particulars: This print is from an original vintage magazine and has been professionally framed in a black wooden frame with an orange passe-partout. It has been professionally conserved and backed on acid-free linen paper. Find out more about what this means and why it's important: poster and print conservation and restoration.

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