|Designer:||Kauffer, Edward McKnight (1890-1954)|
|Dimensions:||101 x 76 cm | 39.76 x 29.92 inches|
|Condition:||Good | | B|
|Publisher:||American Overseas Airlines|
|Printed by:||Lithographed in the United States of Amrica|
This beauty of a poster is designed by famous poster designer Edward McKnight Kauffer to promote airline travels by American Airlines to the Netherlands / Holland. The poster depicts tulips in the foreground and a Dutch windmill in a distance.
A rare original lithographic printed travel poster from 1948.
Text: Pan American World’s Most Experienced Airline.
Pan Am, also known as Pan American World Airways, was an American airline that was founded in 1927. The company was one of the largest international air carriers in the United States, and it played a major role in the development of commercial aviation in the 20th century. Pan Am was also a pioneer in international air travel, and it operated flights to destinations all over the world. The company was known for its distinctive blue globe logo and its iconic "Clipper" aircraft. Pan Am ceased operation in 1991.
Mounted on linen. Right margin has some wear and missing paper. The paper loss actually fits the graphic design. Great colors.