1950 FIS World Championships Art Deco Ski Poster
1950 FIS World Championships Ski Poster. In 1947, Dick Durrance was hired to run the Aspen Skiing Corporation. His first job was to make Aspen Mountain skiable for beginners and intermediates. So, he cut Ruthie’s Run. He also got the 1950 FIS Championships Race to come to Aspen. This was very exciting and important for Aspen because it was the first time a European ski championship was held in the United States.
Artist Herbert Bayer. Available in two sizes 18 x 24 inches and 22 x 28 inches. This is a Giclée Poster. Very collectible.
This image is also available as high quality Giclee Photos in the Sizes 8 x 10 and 11 x 14 inches. Click Photo Title to view: 1950 FIS World Championships Ski Photo (2 Sizes)