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Howard Chandler Christy Framed Reproduction 1917 Navy Recruiting Poster.




      
Lot 238. Howard Chandler Christy Framed Reproduction 1917 Navy Recruiting Poster. Christy was a leading illustrator in the 1890s and early part of the 20th century. He first gained attention as a war correspondent and combat artist, with illustrations such as “Battle of San Juan Hill” appearing in “Harper’s,” “Collier’s” and “Scribner’s” magazines. Later, he became famous for his “Christy Girls,” as Charles Gibson did in the 1890s for his “Gibson Girls.” Christy’s girls typically are romanticized figures. His 1917 poster has a young woman declaring: “I wish I were a man. I’d join the Navy.” The reproduction poster is 23” x 35”, appears to be nm, and is framed. Winning Bid $30.    


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