| "The Hofbräuhaus - Munich, Germany" by Paul McGehee
Size: 10 1/2" x 15 1/4"
; Edition: 2,000 S/N
|Signed and Numbered: $ 100.00
the original still available?
Hofbräuhaus - Munich, Germany" by Paul McGehee. The world-famous beer
hall has its origins as having once been the official brewery for
Bavarian royalty, dating back to 1589. The quality of their beer was
well known, and in one instance actually saved the town! When Sweden's
King Gustavus Adolphus threatened to sack and burn Munich in 1632
during the Thirty Years' War, he agreed to spare the town if they in
turn gave him 600,000 barrels of Hofbräu beer! More recently, following
World War II, servicemen returning to the States with "HB" beer steins
helped to popularize the brand across the Atlantic. Today, HB Beer is
world renowned, and there are several new Hofbräuhaus Beer Halls which
have opened in the U.S. and overseas. The original Hofbräuhaus in Munich
continues to be their #1 tourist attraction.
"The Hofbräuhaus - Munich, Germany" is faithfully
from Paul's original color pencil and acrylic paint artwork as an archival
quality print issued in a strictly limited edition of only 2,000 pieces
each hand-signed by the artist.