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Original Italian OVERSIZE Poster "L'Uomo Che Sbanco' Montecarlo" by Ballester

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SKU: 63976
Artist/Maker: Arturo Ballester Marco (1892–1981)
Year: 1935
Medium/Material: Linen backed
Condition: Very Good. A- minor restoration on borders, folds (Determining Condition)
Height: 140cm  (55.12in.) Width: 200cm (78.74in.)

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Original Italian OVERSIZE Poster "L'Uomo Che Sbanco' Montecarlo" by Ballester

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L'Uomo Che Sbanco ( The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo ) is a 1935 film directed by Stephen Roberts. A young Russian nobleman was forced to emigrate to Paris because of the revolution . There is a taxi driver and convinces others of his compatriots to put their money together and play at the casino to see if they can improve their conditions . The coup fails and Montecarlo is dug , the amount won is huge and the owner of the casino puts on his trail because a girl persuades him to play again ... (Wiki) Arturo Ballester Marco (1892–1981) was born in Valencia, Spain, and was an artist and illustrator known for his Spanish Civil War posters. He studied art at the School of Arts and Trades in the School of San Carlos in Valencia. and throughout his career he worked as an illustrator. His Spanish Civil War posters however, are among the most noted images from that conflict. Most of the work was for the CNT-FAI. Due to the poster size which results in high shipping cost, we priced the poster $300 below its market price.

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