Kunst-Ausstellung Münchens Secession, Krefeld – Vintage poster – Franz VON STUCK – 1904

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Original vintage poster Kunst-Ausstellung Münchens Secession, Krefeld



CHF 1870.–

Backed on fine cellulosic Japan paper

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Gorgeous Avant-Garde poster by Franz Von Stuck, for an exhibition of the Secession Art society from Münich. This exhibition was presented in Krefeld in Germany in 1904. Inspired by the classic Grecian Art, Franz von Stuck created one of the Icon of the Secession. He was a Symbolist/Expressionist Painter, one of founder member of the German Secession movement in 1893. A fine lithograph on stone, enhanced with gold color. A beautiful Art piece highly collectible.


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