Liberty Leading the People - 1984
25.00 in HIGH x 18.75 in WIDE
(63.50 cm HIGH x 47.62 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

lower right corner has: "ArtCraft" with a typographical Bozeman union label and: "2 Bozeman / Autorized and paid for by Montana Citizens for Liberty, Inc. Kathleen Royland, Secretary 201 Main St., Missoula, Montana 59802 - (406) 777-5721 / Copyright Scala/Art Resource, NY - JFB, Consolidated Sales, Ltd.". Lower right quadrant of original image has: "Kip / Overton".

Poster is printed overall with a reproduction of a painting that strongly resembles the painting by Eugene Delacroix titled "Liberty Leading The People". At right there is a female figure with short hair in a yellow dress, she is stepping up onto a small rock or outcropping holding a rifle in her right hand and raising an American flag over her head with her right. At the feet of the figure in the yellow dress is a figure in red and blue laying on the ground looking up admiringly at the figure in yellow. At left there is a male figure in a dark overcoat and top hat with a rifle, the rifle has a flag attached with the text: "ERA". A group of figure scan be seen in the background. The top of the image has the text: "Liberty". The bottom of the image has the text: "Mondale - Ferraro". The bottom edge of the poster has a small Reproduction of the painting "Liberty Leading the People" by Eugene Delacroix at left and text at right: "Liberty Leading The People - 1984 / This 'Liberty' reprint was inspired by the 1830 masterpiece by Delacroix 'Liberty Leading the People'.".
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