Zebra with legs in air by Hubert HilscherZebra with legs in air by Hubert Hilscher
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Product description: Zebra with legs in air was created by Hubert Hilscher an award winning artist of the Polish School of Posters. It was printed in 1979 by an agency of the Polish Communist government. This original limited edition contemporary vintage poster is a vibrant and exciting image that slyly reminds the viewer that everything under the communist regime is out-of-balance. The poster is linen-backed as are all fine vintage posters and its condition is as mint as a poster can be. It is in the collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum in London as well as other private and museum collections throughout the world. Zebra with legs in air would make an exciting addition to any room in your home and office; adding color and history to all decors.
 
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Zebra with legs in air by Hubert Hilscher

Fine Art Prints by CYRK

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  • Product ID#: 207281
  • Dimensions: 27" width x39" height x" depth
  • Weight: 1 lbs
  • Materials: Paper, Fine Art Print, Fine Art Print, Fine Art Print, Fine Art Print
  • Colors: Black, Blue, Green, Orange, Red, Yellow

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Zebra with legs in air was created by Hubert Hilscher an award winning artist of the Polish School of Posters. It was printed in 1979 by an agency of the Polish Communist government. This original limited edition contemporary vintage poster is a vibrant and exciting image that slyly reminds the ...



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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