File:Det Ny Teater - opening poster 1908.jpg

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English: The poster from the opening in 1908 of Det Ny Teater in Copenhagen, Denmark. The identity of the artist is unknown but it is believed to be the set painter Carl Lund (1855-1940)
Date Carl Lund (1855-1940, attributed)
Source Source
Author 1908

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