Ballad of the Wedding Veil by Andrzej PagowskiBallad of the Wedding Veil by Andrzej Pagowski
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Product description:Ballad of the Wedding Veil was created by Andrzej Pagowski, an important third generation artist of the Polish School of Posters. It was printed in the 1990s for a production of the Kaminski National Jewish Theater. The poster is linen-backed as are all fine vintage posters and its condition is as mint as a poster can be. The Jewish theater was re-established by the Communist government almost immediately after World War II and has continued as a popular venue through today. Many artists have designed wonderful posters to promote the various plays. Ballad of the wedding veil would make a lovely addition to any room in your home and office; adding interest and history to all decors. It would also be a wonderful wedding gift.
 
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Ballad of the Wedding Veil by Andrzej Pagowski

by CYRK

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  • Product ID#: 12510
  • Dimensions: 36.75" width x26.25" height x" depth
  • Weight: 1 lbs
  • Materials: Paper
  • Colors: Black, Brown, White, Yellow

Artwork Description: Ballad of the Wedding Veil was created by Andrzej Pagowski, an important third generation artist of the Polish School of Posters. It was printed in the 1990s for a production of the Kaminski National Jewish Theater. The poster is linen-backed as are all fine vintage posters and its condition is as ...
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CYRK...original contemporary/vintage art posters are more than striking images created by the artistic geniuses of the world-famous Polish School of Posters. Acclaimed as the best in contemporary poster art, CYRK posters are the artists' interpretation and commentary on society, often communicating to the viewer camouflaged political and/or social messages - hidden meanings. During the Communist era, the golden age of the Polish School of Posters, the Polish Government financially supported and encouraged poster art: sponsoring the 1st International Poster Biennale (1966), opening the world's first poster museum (1968) and treating poster artists...read more