Make Every Second CountArtist: Treidler, Adolph
Time Period: 1917
Dimensions: 27.75" h x 22.25" w
Type of Work: Poster
Price: $400 Plus shipping and insurance
This vividly colored World War I era poster was designed by Adolph Treidler in 1917 for the Emergency Fleet Corporation in Philadelphia. It uses strong composition to depict a tall worker in overalls riveting a steel plate to a major ship, with an industrial riverfront backdrop. Philadelphia and two nearby industrial cities -- Chester, PA and Camden, NJ -- were all major ship-building centers during both World Wars, and this poster brings that lost era back to life in vivid color! Treidler was a member of the Society of Illustrators and lived in New York City.
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