Lumber - Our American (Small) Miscellaneous Advertising Poster


Genre: Miscellaneous
Artist: Coca Cola
Year Printed: 1943
Size: 16 x 11
Country of Poster: Unknown
Restoration Detail: Unrestored
Grade: Very Fine
Additional Information: Original. Great Conditon. Pairs of lumberjacks can be seen throughout this poster working together to cut down trees. These loggers are set amongst the oncoming winter. Already a fresh snow can be seen on the ground surounding them, and amongst the hills in the background. The trees on these hills have turned brilliant shades of oranges and yellows. This poster gives off the crisp sense of a delightful oncoming winter by using realisric shading and shadows as well as colors. N.C. Wyeth (1882-1945) One of America's foremost illustrators and the father of artist Andrew Wyeth, Newell Conyers Wyeth was commissioned to execute illustrations for The Coca-Cola Company, including magazine ads, calendars and posters. The posters include a series of illustrations on the lumber and transportation industries for the "Our America" educational series.Wyeth was hired to produce the Company's 50th Anniversary calendar in 1936

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