Poster No. 60

X. Internationales Klausen-Rennen 1934 - Das Bergrennen Europas (Reprint)
(Xth Klausen International Motor Car Race 1934)

Schönholzer, Ernst, 1993

In 1934, this poster advertised what would become the last Klausen race. Using streaks of colour and extreme foreshortening of the race car, the graphic designer Ernst Schönholzer created an impression of very high speed. The strong diagonal lines and the strictly geometric triangular shapes of the mountains underscore the Klausen race’s reputation as the most difficult and dangerous Alpine race in Europe. The 1934 race was won by the German Rudolf Caracciola in a Mercedes Benz W25.

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Poster No.: 60
Artist: Schönholzer, Ernst
Year: 1993
Printer: no indication
Country: Switzerland
Size: 128 x 90 cm / 50.4 x 50.4"
Technology: Offset reprint
Condition: A
Good condition. Picture preserved completely. Wrinkles and small tears, if any, restricted to edges.
Category: Sports & Leisure Motor Sports, Cycling
Style: 1930s style
Keywords: 30s style automobile race car race historical Klausen Nostalgic speed
Price: CHF 500 / EUR 500 / USD 500 and up
(subject to change)

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