Till We Meet Again, Joseph Hirsch

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Artist   Joseph Hirsch - View Bio
Title   Till We Meet Again
Date Of Work   1942
Dimensions   40.5" x 59.5"
Notes   Joseph Hirsch's original painting "Till We Meet Again" became the most widely reproduced War Bond painting during World War 2. That means this is a very famous and historically valuable poster! Framed by a troopship's porthole, a smiling GI, wearing his winter issue uniform, waves goodbye confident that stateside support for war bonds will buy him the equipment he needs to bring him home safe and sound. Power of positive thinking reflected in the upbeat poster title. This is the largest version of this image that was printed. Creator/Contributor: Hirsch, Joseph, 1910-
Publisher: [Washington, D.C.] : U. S. Government Printing Office Year: 1942
Price Category   Category C  View Price Categories
Inventory Number   5805