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Cheslewiz, R.S. Nie Koniec Na Tvm. Ca 1980. Offset, 32 1/2 x 23 1/2"

Bardócz, Árpád. Rozsa/Szucs. Ca 1915. Budapest. Color lithograph, 38 1/2 x 25"

BIO: Bardócz Árpád 1882-1938. Bardócz was a graphic artist and painter, active between the 1910’s and the 1930’s.
His posters show the popular Art Noveau style of the period. They are based on sophisticated, elegant drawing. Bardócz usually used flat-like shapes and decorative lines, with few intensive colors. His posters often utilize humor and caricature.    
He designed many commercial posters in the 1910s. He prefered to use lovely women figures on the posters, mainly well dressed metropolitan ladies. Besides posters, Bardócz designed every kinds of ephemera in this decorative Art Noveau style: invitation cards, covers, illustrations, etc. 
Farago, Geza. Kino Plasticon. Ca 1920s. Budapest. Color lithograph, 37 1/8 x 49 1/2"
Anonymous. Italiaansche Kvnst, 1934. Color lithograph. 42 3/4 x 24 1/2" Exhibition poster for the Stedeljk Museum, Amsterdam.

Gispen, Willhem Hendrick. Nederlandsche Bond voor Kunst in Industrie, Tentoonstelling Stedelijk Amsterdam 1941. Color lithograph poster, 26 x 19 1/2". Wilem Gispen was an industrial designer mainly of lamps and furniture. The Bond voor Kunst Industrie (Dutch Association for Art in Industry) was established in 1924. The memebers applied themselves to the the making and distributing sound and beautidul products. The BKI appeared in public mainly at exhibitions (e.g. in the Applied Arts Museum in Haarlem in 1925 and the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam 1927, 1941 and 1949) and from 1936 at the Industries Fair at Utrecht. Industry and Design in the Netherlands 1850-1959, Stedelijk Museum p. 27.

Hens, Robert. Stat Antwerpen. 1924. Color lithograp, 39 1/2 x 24 3/4"
Holst, Ronald. Bosoom, 1917. Color lithograph, 40 x 29 1/2" Amsterdam School
Kiljan, Gerard. Weldadigheidspostzegels [Charity Stamps], Two-color lithograph, 1931. 19 1/2 x 12 1/2". A History of the Dutch Poster 1890-1960. Dooijes/Brattiga 203.
Jongert, Jac. Van Nelle Shag Tabaco/The Rising Hope. 1933. Color lithograph. 23 1/2 x 15 1/2" A History of the Dutch Poster 1890-1960. Dooijes/Brattiga 206.
Jongert, Jac. Tembaco/Van Nelle/Njang paling baik. 1933, Color lithograph, 17 1/2 x 11 3/4"
Raemakers, Louis. Blom & van der AA. Ca 1920s. Color lithograph, 48 7/8 x 32 1/2"
Toorop, Jan Theodor. Venise sauvee, play in five acts by Thomas Otway. 1895. Lithograph on simili Japan. Artistes et Theatres d'Avant Garde Programmes de Theatre illustres Paris 1890-900; Aitken p. 71 pl 77. Artists and the Avant-Garde theatre in Paris 1887-1900; Boyer 51
Van't Hoff, Adrian. Holland American Line/Statendam, 1928. Color lithograph.
Printed by Lankhout, The Hague. 43 7/8 x 32 1/8"
Lenica, Jan. Dzieci Hirosziny (Children of Hiroshima). 1955. Color lithograph. 33 3/4 x 23"
Lenica, Jan. Powrot Maksyma (The Maksym's Youth). 1955. Color lithograph. 33 x 22 3/4"
Tomaszewski, Henryk. Citizen Kane. 1952, Offset. Film poster. 34 x 24 1/2"

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