(129cm x 198cm)
In the world of vintage posters, there are a small number of oversize format posters that are bold, attractive, well designed, and endearing. Such is the case with this Toni Kola design featuring the large colorful parrot in the forefront. The text at the bottom says that Toni Kola is an aperitive wine made with Kola that is fresh to drink. This stunning design was created in 1935 by the gifted artist Robys.
Little is known about the artist of the poster Robys (Robert Wolff). His works have been documented from 1933 to 1950, and many were done in one over size sheet measuring in average 51x78 inches. His style is somewhat bold but yet whimsical in the genre of Cappiello, D’ Ylen, and LeMonnier.
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