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Avenge December 7th Poster by Bernard Perlin 1942 WWII Large Format

Avenge December 7Th - Large

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28.5" x 40" - 72cm x 102cm

This dramatic image was created by the noted artist Bernard Perlin in 1942 to promote patriotism on the American home front after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. That event brought Japan into the War and compelled the United States to focus on fighting the attack from Japan at the same time as combatting Germany and Italy. The American people were reminded of the loss of lives in Pearl Harbor as the image shows the destruction of the naval vessel.

Bernard Perlin (1918-2014) was an American painter primarily known for creating many American posters during WWII and for magic realism paintings of American life. Educated at the New York School of Design, National Academy of Design, and the New York Arts Student League. He entered the Office of War Information in 1942. His post war career focused on original painting both for private companies as well as for the Government. This is the larger of two sizes distributed by the U.S. Government.

This is an Original Vintage Poster; it is not a reproduction. This poster is not mounted with subtle folds as issued by the U.S. Government and in excellent condition.

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