Lenzerheide | Carl Moos | Vintage Travel Poster | Home Decor
Lenzerheide vintage poster by Carl Franz Moos. Carl Moos was a celebrated member of Die Sechs (The Six), a collective of poster artists based in Munich. In 1916, he relocated to Zurich, Switzerland, which is situated around 140 kilometers (approximately 87 miles) to the northwest of the picturesque mountain retreat of Lenzerheide. Switzerland, having maintained its neutrality in both world wars, successfully avoided German invasion due to a calculated assessment of "risk versus reward" by some scholars. The country's formidable defense capabilities and challenging terrain made occupation a daunting task. Nevertheless, when the Axis Powers encircled Switzerland, the nation responded by fortifying its borders. Switzerland also contributed to the identification of Jews by proposing the inclusion of a red 'J' on passports during World War II.
Artist: Carl Moos
Museum-quality poster made on thick and long-lasting matte (uncoated) paper.
Paper weight: 200 gsm / 80 lb
Available in a variety of sizes to suit your preferences.
Please note that frames are not included with the purchase of the print. They are shown for display purposes only.
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