Franz Schubert: 'Gebürtshaus' & 'Sterbewohnung' - Art poster - Austria - 1990-1999
Art poster announcing a retrospective exhibition 'Musikergedenkstätten Historisches Museum der Stadt Wien' about the life of the Austrian composer Franz Schubert (1797-1828) with a focus on his 'Gebürtshaus' and 'Sterbewohnung'. The poster was designed by A&H Haller as a republication by the 'Museen der Stadt Wien', while the exhibition was sponsored by Wien Kultur and Deutsche Grammophon. Professionally framed in oak behind plexiglass.
The world-famous composer Franz Schubert spent his entire life in his native city of Vienna. He was born in a mansion in the 9th arrondissement – Schubert's current birthplace – and died at the age of just 31 in his brother Ferdinand's apartment. The apartment where he died has always been a place of pilgrimage for Schubert admirers from all over the world and displays his last musical designs, historical documents related to his death and his last handwritten letter. (Source: Wien Museum)
Status report: in good condition
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