Italian Vintage Poster ‘Rathauskeller Der Stadt Bogen Sudtirol’ by Stolz, 1922
‘Rathauskeller Der Stadt Bogen Sudtirol’ which translates to Town Hall Cellar of South Tyrol (annexed to the Kingdom of Italy in 1919 from the Austro-Hungarian Empire), is an advertising poster that shows the interior walls of the Restaurant, filled with fresco paintings. Fresco is a technique of mural painting executed upon freshly laid, or wet plaster.
Pictured is a bearded man and a small adolescent child squeezing grapes into a glass bowl (presumably making wine).
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