Magnificent examples of poster advertisements from the beginning of the 20th century -- on large sheets! Each of these small masterpieces is a work of art created by famous artists. Perhaps these advertisements seem naive, crude and outdated in comparison to the modern and sophisticated advertisements that subtly affect the subconscious. But we can agree that they are real reflections of the past and an important part of history. And, of course, it goes without saying that this collection will be enjoyed by many art lovers -- it's art! -- and collectors.
List of contents:
1. Unknown artist. Macaroni and Town Croutons, N.A. Baranov. 9 Sorokoumovsky Lane, Bolshaya Yakimanka, Moscow. 1900.
2. Unknown artist. Perfumery Goods. Brokar & Co. Association. Moscow. St. Petersburg. 1898.
3. Unknown artist. Tea by A.V. Shvetsov & Sons. Moscow. St. Petersburg. 1910.
4. Unknown artist. Dessert Cigarettes. Kolobov and Bobrov Tobacco Factory. St. Petersburg. 20 for 6 kopecks. 1905.
5. Unknown artist. A. Viktorson Cigarette Papers. Moscow. St. Petersburg. 1905.
6. Unknown artist. Soldat Cigarettes. 20 for 5 kopecks. Kolobov and Bobrov Tobacco Factory. 34 Borovaya Street, St. Petersburg. 1900s.
7. Unknown artist. Kalinkin Mead-Beer Brewing Association. St. Petersburg. Moscow. 1905.
8. Unknown artist. Shabolovsky Beer Factory. Courtiers Suppliers Karneev, Gorshanov & Co. Moscow. St. Petersburg. 1905.
9. Unknown artist. Shabolovsky Beer Factory. Karneev, Gorshanov & Co. Moscow. St. Petersburg. 1908.
10. Unknown artist. New! Au Lait Candies by Zhorzh (George) Borman Association. St. Petersburg. 1904.
11. Unknown artist. Medium-Dry New Cigarettes. 10 for 12 kopecks and 10 for 10 kopecks. A.N. Shaposhnikov Tobacco Factory. St. Petersburg. 1908.
12. Unknown artist. The Association of Veiners