Monthly Archives: February 2012

Maxfield Parrish Introduces New Poster

See  our  new  acquisition  by Maxfield Parrish–rare and desirable —Click onto link below– http://www.nancysteinbockposters.com/posters/ferrys-peterpiper.htm for more details and pricing just email us at nancy@nancysteinbockposters.com  

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Original Posters Provide Class & Style to a Restaurant

Ambiance is an important part of any restaurant. Customers want to celebrate a special occasion with their family, friends, or special someone, and enjoy good food and drinks in a sophisticated atmosphere. Putting original posters on your wall will add … Continue reading

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Nature Serves as Inspiration for Art Nouveau Vintage Posters

During the 1890s, the international style for arts and decorations was called Art Nouveau, which means “new art.” The primary inspiration of artists during the era was the beauty of nature. The graphic designs feature intricate curves and free flowing … Continue reading

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Characteristics of Vintage Posters during the Inter-war Years

During the interwar years – from the 1920s to before the outbreak of the World War 2 – Art Deco, or Novecento, became the international design for poster art. Modern arts became the characteristics of poster designs such as cubism, … Continue reading

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Start Your Collection of Vintage Posters

People have different hobbies and interests. There are people who love to collect stamps, paintings, vintage posters, sports cards, and many other collectible items. Typically, collectible items become more expensive the older they get – especially if they are well … Continue reading

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The Power of World War 1 Posters in Uniting People

World War 1 Posters were all over the United States during the Great War. Many artists volunteered their talents in designing posters to encourage citizens to support the war effort. The United States government mass produced thousands of World War … Continue reading

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French Posters Feature Parisian Night Life and Image of an Ideal Woman

Lithographic posters became popular during the industrial revolution, particularly in France. This era was called the Belle Époque (Beautiful Era). From 1880 until before the World War 1, people enjoyed peace and merriment through visual arts and theatrical performances. Illustration … Continue reading

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Why are Vintage Posters a Great Collection

People have different hobbies and interests. There are people who love to collect stamps, paintings, vintage posters, sports cards, and many other collectible items. Typically, collectible items become more expensive the older they get – especially if they are well … Continue reading

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Original Posters are Distinctively Beautiful

Every person, particularly women, want to transform a simple room to look comfortable, inviting, and remarkable. Decorating a room is not simple. Actually, it is a challenge. You can be your own interior designer – just be creative, imaginative, and … Continue reading

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Be Careful when Purchasing Antique Posters

Identifying the Difference between Original Antique Posters and Reproductions Remember that original antique posters are generally hard to find. If a vendor claims that the poster he or she is selling is original, you must personally inspect the print. Nancy … Continue reading

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