Print: Lithographic poster
Dimensions: 15 x 20 in (38 x 51 cm)
Condition: Very good condition - minor signs of handling, small and light ceases in the center and a bit of border wear - please see pictures.
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A magnificent 1940s poster displaying Lady Liberty holding the Lithuanian flag.
I am quite sure that poster was made to promote the liberation of Lithuania during World War II - from 1941 to the beginning of 1945, Nazi Germany occupied the Baltic country.
The poster also depicts many symbols of freedom and images of modernization and prosperity - viewed from a very Western angle. However, Lithuania was liberated by Soviet troops and so was a communist state for many years. Maybe the poster artist foresaw that?
Please note: the poster is made on heavy grade paper with a slightly glossy surface.
Thanks for watching and please let me know if you have any questions.
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