American WWI Vintage Homefront Poster ‘Save Food’ by Paus, 1917

$800.00

In stock

An illustration by American artist, Herbert Andrew Paus, advertising the importance of conservation due to the lack of productivity at home as the men were away at war. A bold, heroic, inspirational image for conservation that communicates a clear message. Red Cross nurse, with a wounded people, including a soldier and mother holding a child, all gesturing towards a quote from John Greenleaf Whittler.

Details

Artist:

Origin:

America (USA)

Circa:

1917

Printer:

Strobridge Lith. Co. - Cincinnati/NY

Size:

56'' X

35.25''

ID:

#01585

Style:

Patriotic

Condition:

Very Good

Wear:

Wear consistent with age and use

Size

Unit

Width

Height

Depth

Inches

56

35.25

.1

Centimeters

56

35.25

.1

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