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International Poster Gallery Acquires Two New Italian Posters


The International Poster Gallery recently acquired several new posters, including two designed by Italian artists. Here are the two posters, along with short descriptions: Danielle Buzzi, Lugano – Southern Switzerland, 1952 Born in 1890 and strongly influenced by Matisse and other Fauvist artists, Danielle Buzzi was one of the most unique and skilled poster artists from the Italian-speaking southern part of Switzerland. This charming view highlights the traditional ferry boats of Gandria, a historic (and auto-free) village on the northeast side of Lugano. In the distance can be seen Lugano’s famous peak of Monte San Salvatore. This poster was so ...

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The Art of Food and Drink at The International Poster Gallery


Italian food and drink is often on display along Newbury Street, but starting October 1 you’ll be able to see it in a new light. The International Poster Gallery is hosting an exhibition dedicated to cuisine that is entitled Posters a la Carte: The Art of Food and Drink, on display through November 22. The new exhibit presents the development of the food and drink industry through posters, covering the period from the Belle Époque to the 1960s and including iconic brands from around the globe, including the likes of Barilla and Campari. For gallery owner Jim Lapides, the decision ...

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