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Wilhelm Kåge


Posters by Swedish artist Wilhelm Kåge (1889–1960) at the National Library of Sweden. Kåge is better known for his later ceramic work, some of which can be seen here.

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4 comments or trackbacks

  1. #1 posted by misteraitch


    At the offices in Sweden where I worked until recently there were a few old movie posters on one of the walls, one of which looks like it could well have been Kåge’s work.

    Thanks for posting these!

  2. #2 posted by Tobias


    Thanks for a great blog. For those of you who would be interested, the text on the poster with the church towers in the background reads

    “VPP Sala
    March-May 1918

    Exhibition of old church art”

    The abbreviation “VPP” is unknown to me, but “Sala” is the name of a town in Sweden.

    Perhaps some more knowledgeable Swede could confirm that the church depicted is the dome church in Uppsala?

    Best regards,

    Tobias from Stockholm

  3. #3 posted by John


    Hi Tobias. I’m fairly sure that’ll be one word (despite the odd spacing) UPPSALA. I don’t know anything about the city or its architecture, however.

    Mister Aitch: I like the typefaces on these posters, as well as the designs, nice fat Deco-ish lettering.

  4. #4 posted by Tobias



    Of course! But then the matter is settled, the church depicted must be this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uppsala_Cathedral .







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