Gstaad Palace | Bentley Anniversary | Limited edition | 25 pieces
|Title||Gstaad Palace | Bentley Anniversary|
|Limited Edition||25 pieces|
|Collection||Swiss National Library, Bern and Gstaad Palace, Gstaad|
|Bespoke||At the request of Mr. Andrea Scherz, owner of the Gstaad Palace|
Drawing inspiration from the illustrious chocolate advertisements of the Belle-Epoque era and paying homage to the iconic Art Deco movement, this extraordinary artwork stands as a true masterpiece within the collection. Its use of flat colors and meticulous composition aims to evoke a sense of nostalgia and timeless elegance.
Steeped in history, the Gstaad Palace has been a beacon of refined hospitality since its establishment in 1913. This distinguished resort, perched on a hill overlooking the picturesque town of Gstaad, offers a panoramic view of the awe-inspiring Swiss Alps. Throughout three generations, this family-operated landmark has seamlessly blended classic grand-hotel glamour with the warmth and charm of alpine cosiness.
At the heart of this artwork lies an iconic Bentley Pacey-Hassan single-seater from 1936. Renowned for its dominance in races, reaching incredible speeds of up to 205 km/h, this elegant vehicle represents the epitome of automotive excellence. Just as the Gstaad Palace has maintained its reputation for exceptional service and attention to detail, the Pacey-Hassan exudes an aura of distinction and prestige. The number 6, symbolizing perfection and outstanding service, further emphasizes the alignment of these two remarkable entities.
Limited to an exclusive edition of only 25 pieces, this artwork captures the essence of the Gstaad Palace and the remarkable legacy of Bentley. Each brushstroke and meticulous detail meticulously crafted on Conservation Art Paper serves as a testament to the enduring allure of these prestigious establishments. This captivating piece truly embodies the spirit of sophistication, elegance, and exceptional craftsmanship.
|Printing technique||Étorie on fine art paper|
|Printing house||Atelier WOCS, Genève|
|Authentification||Certificate of authenticity|