Sponsored by the Tourist office of the city of Vienna, this poster advertises travel to Austria’s largest city and capital. The poster, a skillful combination of art and advertising demonstrates the popularity of Vienna through the look of an impressionist painting. The image features citizens and tourists alike enjoying the scenery and charm of the Vienna City Hall.
Vienna City Hall, designed by Freidrich Von Schmidt, began construction in 1872 and finished in 1883. It is a beautiful example of Neo-Gothic architecture and follows a similar design model of other Flemish structures such as the Brussels Town Hall. Today, the Vienna City Hall houses the Mayor of Vienna and the chambers of the City Council.
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This is an Original Vintage Poster; it is not a reproduction. This poster is conservation mounted, linen backed, and in excellent condition.
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