An original Polish Movie Poster, from the film "In the Heat of the Night" (W Upalna Noc), starring Sidney Poitier, 1976, this image was designed by Marian Stachurski. Measuring 32 1/4' by 23", in good condition, with a tear along the upper right side, extending into the poster about an inch (visible in photo), so is being sold "AS IS". Poster has never been folded, just stored rolled with other posters.
Rare original Shanghai poster,professionally framed,from the 1930's of Jiang Qing as a young actress. There are many reproductions of this poster, but this is an original that I acquired in China many years ago. Jiang Qing was noted for being Mao Tse Tung's fourth wife and a member of the "Gang of Four." Size: Frame. 85.8 x 69 cm. Poster. 62 x 46 cm.
Condition: Normal ageing cracks and some minor repairs.
One of a series of Orient Express posters created by Fix-Masseau. A waiter is prepared to pour champagne for a customer in the luxurious dining car. The poster is linen backed, measures 12" x 19" and is in excellent condition.
This is a nice original poster for the Irish railways circa 1940. It is 25 by 40 inches and we will rate it as A- condition with some slight wrinkles but no tears or chipping.
Skiing in France is a memorable experience as indicated by the large smile on the skier's face. The 1959 poster by Constantin is linen backed, measures 16" x 24" and is in excellent condition.
In 1981 Haku Maki suddenly produced a modest series o prints with a vinyl (old leather) like background. I have already written abut several of these in my research Note 8. Now I present another : a striking orange red persimmon with leaves tipped with a special Japanese lacquer and the background in vinyl. This is 81-31 and it is 175/190
Tanaka Ryohei (b. 1933) is drawn to a wide range of subjects, particularly Japanese houses, shrines, temples, farmhouses, large, weathered trees, and winding lanes, but earlier in his career and occasionally in more recent years he has concentrated on a single piece of fruit or a roots, on segments of trees, tree branches and bark...
Vintage Turkish serial movie poster with Superman Batman and Robin, 1950s lithograph poster in great condition one sheet poster 37" by 29". Fantastic image with the superheros and an evil doer with a ray gun.
this is a great poster for travel in italy from 1931.It is 27 1/2 by 39 and I will rate it B+ cond. This has a water stain on the lower left corner that goes in about 4 inches and some minor wrinkling other wise in great cond. There is some shadow in my pic.
Poem 70-73 Taiwa (Level or peace), 31/106, 17.5”x 24.5”.
Haku Maki produced this big green print in 1970. His Big prints—large for him—appeared mainly in the period 1968-75. This print, the only horizontal one of all his Big prints, depicts the kanji for Level, Peace and the like. I believe it has other meanings.
When I first saw this image many years ago but had not seen the bottom margin clearly, I thought it was a stylized rendition of Woman, a very frequent Maki subject...
4/71 japanese hieroglyphics not real kanji blue shows "rain" "day' and maybe a bird 19.3 x 12.6 cm
Guest research note 1 much ado about Nothing 12/53
Turandot is an opera written by Puccini. This circa 1990 poster was created in Poland by P. Dobryzycki. It is linen backed, measures 27" x 37" and is in excellent condition.
The Sante Fe Railroad created a number of advertising posters. This one, created by Elms is linen backed, measures 18" x 24" and is in excellent condition. There is staining on the left and bottom margins which do not detract from the poster.
early Poem series this was done in 1967 fine condition in 1967 Maki did the full alphabet as a Poem series. this is one of them it is very stylish with the white ink signature.
wu wei zhi zu frame 5 shows the Han dynasty coin which inspired this 1981 print
Haku Maki produced this “pair” of prints in 1968. The first image is Child. This is the first time Maki produced an image with Child as a theme. Poem 68-52. The second one is his kanji for Water. Poem 68-53. This image was used again in the set of 21 prints he produced for Festive Wine, which was issued in 1969. The colors in both are strikingly beautiful in these images – as they also are as prints. Maki signed each in white ink, something he rarely did...