**Originally Listed At $300**
Vittorio Grassi (1878-1958), original ENIT travel poster "Roma Mercato Di Traiano", ca. 1920's. A vintage travel poster published by the Italian tourist board known as ENIT promoting the ruins of Trajan's Market - the famous shopping arcades of Trajan's Forum - which was erected in 100 to 110 CE. Vittorio Grassi's artwork presents greenery around the beautiful arches of the ancient market's architecture. The ENIT logo and the artist's name is on the lower left. "ROMA" in bold large yellow letters is at lower center. The Stabamarzi, Roma printing logo is at the lower right. A wonderful vintage travel poster, perfect for anyone who adores Rome.Size: 33.375" L x 26.375" W (84.8 cm x 67 cm)
Provenance: ex-private Colorado, USA collection
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Poster is missing lower section of composition. Mounted on museum grade canvas. Fold marks and slight stains toward the margins as shown.