Description: One of the most famous and prolific Swiss poster artists, Leupin created nearly 1000 posters.He won 85 "Swiss Poster of the Year" awards...and countless others internationally. Like his French counterpart, Raymond Savignac, he designed countless posters around the visual gag system. However, before he adopted that style he was a devotee of the Swiss school's neo-objectivity, designing posters in a hyperrealist style. Currently Leupin has over 10 posters in the permanent collection of MOMA, New York. The Telephonieren is an example of Leupin's early work, the "object poster" Beautifully printed in stone lithography, the rendering of the phone, feather, and even the wire are printed in such perfect detail, they pop off the printed paper. This is hyperrealism. Great poster. great printing. rare. This poster is an original vintage poster, printed in 1941.
Condition Report: Condition A, mounted on linen.
Dimensions: 50 x 35
Artist or Maker: Leupin, Herbert (1916-1999)
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