Manon. Circa 1925. created in the 1920s by the artist, Viano. In it we see the farmer bringing in the bountiful harvest after using the fertilizer products supplied by the Manon Company. | Vintage Posters
Cycles Lorette. Anonymous. Circa 1935.n this image the clever artist uses humor to let us know that the Lorette Bicycles are solid, elegant, and safe. Furthermore, they must be easy to use when going uphill. | Vintage Posters
Le Thermogene. Circa 1950. Leonetto Capiello, one of the most well-known Art Deco poster artists, was fond of using bold and bright color statements in his works. This Thermogene poster is no exception, and its fun and bold colors has become permanently associated with this brand of heating pads. The poster says that the product generates heat for bouts of cough and rheumatism. | Vintage Posters
Ireland, born in Waunakee, Wisconsin and spending the majority of her life in the state, is known for her regionalist scenes of the 1940s and 50s. In 1942, at the age of fourteen, she caught the attention of John Steuart Curry, the first artist-in-re. More...
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