MILANO ITALIA (Ente Provinciale per il Turismo) 1958 Poster


The ENIT was founded in Italy in 1919 to promote the country’s diverse regions, topography, and leisure pursuits to would-be travelers throughout the world. Over the course of the next several decades, ENIT enlisted a team of talented artists who would create thousands of brochures, postcards and posters. One such artist was Marcello Nizzoli (1887-1969), whose work over his long career was heavily influenced by various movements such as Futurism, Cubism, Viennese Secession style and Novecento Italiano. He is widely known for his illustrations for Campari and Martini. This travel poster features Nizzoli’s unique interpretation of the facade and stain glass of Milan’s stunning cathedral.


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This is a high-quality photographic print of the original vintage travel poster. Photographed to retain original marks & wear and printed in my NYC studio. Framed in a black wooden frame or unframed.

Printed on digital press with archival matte off-white paper. Print size 12×18″. Ships securely in a protected case.

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Unframed, Black Frame