The Inland Printer St. Valentine 1895 Miscellaneous Advertising Poster
|Artist:||Will (William) H. Bradley|
|Size:||8.5" x 12"|
|Country of Poster:||Unknown|
|Additional Information:||Original, 1895, Will Bradley: THE INLAND PRINTER, ST. VALENTINE NUMBER GEBRUARY 1895. Professional acid-free archival linen backed early art nouveau design Very good condition with only a touch up on the right outer cream boarder Presented in a museum acid-free 16" xz 20" mat, suitable for framing. (The watermark does not appear on your artwork.) The Inland Printer. A Technical Journal Devoted to the Art of Printing. Printed in Chicago with numerous illustrations, photographs and articles for printers and news professionals with many advertisements for printers and printing equipment. Starting in 1984, Bradley began to design monthly covers for this Chicago based magazine. This image is created with a large similarities to flowing hair and intricate deisgns of Alphonse Mucha in this same time period. This 1895 print is also part of these museums (and more) Part of Museu Nacional D'Art de Catalunya Collection. Part of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Part of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts! Part of the Princeton Library Part of the Detroit Institue of Arts Museum Part of Museum Vleeshuis, Antwerpen|
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