Poster Philips Arga
Leo Gestelshow more info
Rijksstraatweg 8 A
2121 AE Bennebroek
The storyEditions: from the standard edition of unknown size.
Leo Gestel is a well-known representative of the Bergen School, the Dutch equivalent of expressionism. In order to make a living, many artists took on commercial assignments, as did Gestel for Philips. In the same style as this poster he designed catalog covers and pagemarkers. Advertising had not turn into a science yet, so Gestel was free to apply his own bold style to produce a poster which visualizes the claim that Philips had put the force of nature in a light bulb!
|All art:||Prints & Multiples|
|Artist:||Leo Gestel (1881-1941)|
|Place of origin:||The Netherlands|
|Period:||Early 20th Century|
|Movement & Style:||Expressionism|
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