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First Ladies of the Poster

The Gold Col-lection

Paperback
By Laura Gold

... Along the way, the focus of my private collection became the story of women at the turn of the 20th century. Women emerging into the full force of life at the time. We see the female being used for commercial exploitation and, at the same time, coming out of the home and into the swirl of the Industrial Revolution, entering the social fabric of "La Belle Epoque." (From the author's Preface, p. xi)

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Prints and Posters Grabados y Afiches 1967 - 1990

Paperback

TeaMan90 Rupert Garcia first became known for his political posters during the late sixties and early seventies when he was active in student and Mexican American/Latino cultural movements. Working primarily with silkscreen technique, he developed a bold style, appropriating many of the pictorial devices and premises of Pop Art, but subverting them from a Mexican American and Third World perspective to serve his own aesthetic and ideological ends. (From the Directors'Forward, p. 7)

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