Lausanne | Zeppelin | Ville Olympique | 50 pieces Limited Edition | Poster-Art
Lausanne | Zeppelin | Ville Olympique | 50 pieces Limited Edition | Poster-Art
Lausanne | Zeppelin | Ville Olympique | 50 pieces Limited Edition | Poster-Art
Lausanne | Zeppelin | Ville Olympique | 50 pieces Limited Edition | Poster-Art
Lausanne | Zeppelin | Ville Olympique | 50 pieces Limited Edition | Poster-Art
Lausanne | Zeppelin | Ville Olympique | 50 pieces Limited Edition | Poster-Art
Lausanne | Zeppelin | Ville Olympique | 50 pieces Limited Edition | Poster-Art

Lausanne | Zeppelin | Ville Olympique | 50 pieces Limited Edition | Poster-Art

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Lausanne | Zeppelin | Ville Olympique

Artist: Robert Topulos

Collection: Swiss Posters Collection, Swiss National Library, Bern

Edition: Limited to 50 signed art prints

Private viewing at Royal Savoy Lausanne: art(@)wocs.ch

Lausanne, the second largest city by the lake, was built on three hills in a vineyard setting, with Lake Geneva at its feet. Olympic capital since 1914, Lausanne writes sports and culture in golden letters. This university town is renowned for its lively nightlife and trendy urban culture, with its re-invented lakeside warehouses in neighborhoods such as Ouchy and Flon.


The artwork tells an anecdote dating back to the beginning of the 30's when the famous Graf Zeppelin airship arrived in Lausanne over the first religious monument of the canton of Vaud: the Cathedral of Lausanne. This building boosts a remarkable architecture, marked within many masterpieces of the European artistic legacy.

The Zeppelin, a symbol of high technology at the time, gathered several thousands people on its return to the Cointrin aerodrome. A 237 meters long airship, with a speed of almost 100 km/h, the Graf Zeppelin made its inaugural flight in September 1928. Until its withdrawal in 1937, it traveled almost 1'700'000 km in 17 000 hours of flight, made a world tour and 136 crossings of the Atlantic ocean. Enough to make any adventurer of modern times feel nostalgic!

LAST UP TO 100 YEARS


Technique: Atelier WOCS artworks are produced by a remarkable process that yields the finest quality graphic reproductions available today. The Giclée prints are fine art prints that will last up to 100 years with proper handling and protection from direct sunlight. Our prints are created with archival fade resistant pigmented inks. They have a wider color gamut, deeper saturated colors, impossible to achieve in ordinary lithographic or serigraphic printing processes. These museum-quality prints allow to reproduce original colors with stunning fidelity.

Archival paper: Our Hahnemühle 308 gsm archival paper meets the highest standards for fine art applications and is perfect for special editions. It achieves outstanding printing results and a high age resistance of over 100 years. It comply with the ISO 9706 norm, standard criteria for international museums and galleries. Specially manufactured natural wool felts give the artworks their unique surface texture, providing a three-dimensionality that enhances the visual effect thanks to an incredible depth.

Authenticity: Our limited edition prints are signed, numbered, include a discrete embossment with the Atelier authentication and come with handwritten certificates of authenticity.

 

A SOLID EXPERTISE

Frames: Our tailored frame are provided by Atelier Pierre Rosso in Geneva, Switzerland. With solid expertise in handling artworks for international galeries and museums, including painting restoration, the Atelier offers premium quality service and a large range of frames and glasses with anti-glare and anti-UV (92%) ensuring maximum longevity to the artworks.


Transport: Rolled artwork are transported in a rigid protective carton box wrapped in a layer of silk tissue paper and bubble layer ensuring a safe express transportation. Framed artwork are delivered in a sur-mesure wooden crate built exclusively for the artwork (optional). 

 



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