Vintage Menu Print: Cocktails Hotel Manteo
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Prohibition is over; let’s get a drink!
These oh-so-festive-looking cocktail images are based on illustrations for the Hotel Manteo in Cold Spring, New York, created shortly after the repeal of Prohibition in December 1933. Look closely and you’ll see everyone in the print is indulging in the revelry—including the Chrysler Building, which was completed 3 years prior.
Photography by Rocky Luten & Mark Weinberg
Details & Materials -
Entrada Rag Natural archival acid- and lignin-free paper
11" W x 14" L or 16" W x 20" L
Care & Notes -
Print is unframed. Prints are made to order and are therefore final sale.
Meet the Maker
New York, NY
Love Menu Art brings vintage menu artwork back to life, showcasing historic images from restaurants, bars and saloons, cafés, diners, drive-ins, nightclubs and hotels. Because, hey (!), the food isn't always the only thing to drool over.View Full Profile
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