Posters: The 20th-Century Poster – Design of the Avant-Garde, Abbeville Press, 1984

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Catalogue of an exhibition at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis
Contributions by Robert Brown, Alma Law, Armin Hofman and Merril C. Berman. Edited by Mildred Friedman.

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Posters, The 20th-Century Poster - Design of the Avant-Garde, Abbeville Press, 1984
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Posters, The 20th-Century Poster - Design of the Avant-Garde, Abbeville Press, 1984
Posters, The 20th-Century Poster – Design of the Avant-Garde, Abbeville Press, 1984

 

Posters, The 20th-Century Poster - Design of the Avant-Garde, Abbeville Press, 1984
Posters, The 20th-Century Poster – Design of the Avant-Garde, Abbeville Press, 1984

 

Posters, The 20th-Century Poster - Design of the Avant-Garde, Abbeville Press, 1984
Posters, The 20th-Century Poster – Design of the Avant-Garde, Abbeville Press, 1984
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