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1940 Silkscreened Folk Art Poster. Tulips

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Wonderful silkscreened folk art created during the Depression in Rural America.

At the bottom of the print, it says:
Folk Art of Rural Pennsylvania, Plate No. 2.
Index of American Design. Penna Art Project WPA

There are explanations on the back as regards folk art (see photo 5).

In very good condition! Printed on heavyweight board. Any watermark, amusing or otherwise, does not appear on the poster. Please note that the blue colour is closer to teal.

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Sent to you flat, in an archival cello sleeve with sturdy backing. Please note that due to its thickness, this cannot be rolled in a tube.

For US and Canadian addresses, this map will be sent through an expedited parcel service that provides tracking.

Note to buyers outside of the US and Canada: please write me if you are interested in an estimate of shipping cost for this item.

Size: approx. 18" x 14"

1940 Silkscreened Folk Art Poster. Tulips