296 pp. Copiously illustrated in color and black and white. Hillier concentrates on the great period of poster art -- from about 1870 until World War II. He also traces the development of theatrical and war posters, as well as the role of the poster in the sudden expansion of the advertising industry. Orig. beige cloth. Near fine in slightly nicked dust wrapper. Bookseller Inventory # 9675
Publisher: Stein and Day, NY
Publication Date: 1969
Edition: First edition.
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