150th Anniversary Yellowstone Park Poster
Susan Davis' design for this poster was influenced by the American Art and Crafts movement and the Art Deco movement. The Arts and Crafts movement dates circa 1910-1930. This represents a transition from Art Nouveau into Art Deco. The Art Deco movement dates circa 1925-1940. There are aspects of this poster that are both Arts and Crafts and Art Deco. However, the design and style of this poster is unique. It is the creation of a complex and talented Montana artist who spent years visiting and interacting with the park.
The poster is dated and one-of-a-kind. When it goes out of print it will become even more collectible.
This is a vintage art reproduction—adding style to any room's décor. They are printed on demand on museum quality heavyweight matte paper with archival giclée inks and will last for years. We edit every art print for quality and color so it looks great while hanging on to historical character. Your unframed poster ships crease-free, rolled in a sturdy tube. Watermarks will not appear in the printed picture.