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Spy Clown with newspaper by Waldemar Swierzy Spy Clown with newspaper by Waldemar Swierzy
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Product description: Spy Clown with newspaper was initially created in 1975 by Waldemar Swierzy. As most posters of the Polish School, it is meant to be pondered and thought about. Is it telling the viewer that the Communist government has spies all around but with attention they can be discerned [the red nose]. Waldemar Swierzy is one of the Polish School of Posters' most famous artists and is well known for his variety of styles. Not only is his art in collections throughout the world, but several of his posters have been honored by having postage stamps created with their image. This poster is in as near mint condition as a poster can be and is linen-backed as are all fine vintage posters. It is a great addition to any home or office. Not only is this poster artistically appealing but it proves to be an exciting conversational piece as well.
 
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Spy Clown with newspaper by Waldemar Swierzy

Fine Art Prints by CYRK

  • Shipping: $10.00
  • Product ID#: 10523
  • Dimensions: 27" width x39" height x" depth
  • Weight: 2 lbs
  • Materials: Fine Art Print, Paper
  • Subject: Cultural, Other Subjects, People
  • Style: Contemporary, Decorative, Expressionism, Illustration, Impressionism, Modern, Pop Art, Realism
  • Colors: Black, Blue, Red, White

Artwork Description: Spy Clown with newspaper was initially created in 1975 by Waldemar Swierzy. As most posters of the Polish School, it is meant to be pondered and thought about. Is it telling the viewer that the Communist government has spies all around but with attention they can be discerned [the red nose].
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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