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THE ART OF GIVING: Gift Ideas $300 and Under
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Located in the vibrant Chelsea neighborhood of New York City, Chisholm Larsson Gallery has offered the best and widest selection of unusual original vintage posters for more than 40 years. By searching our online catalogue you can view more than 60,000 original posters from the 1890s to today, including over 20,000 original movie and film posters. Our award-winning collection includes posters spanning all genres. Every day we add new posters to our ever expanding collection!
Robert Kennedy - Kennedy for President (Medium Size) (4)
1968 Kennedy for President Campaign Poster. The Robert F. Kennedy presidential campaign began on March 16, 1968, when Robert Francis Kennedy (a.k.a. RFK, Bobby), a United States Senator from New York who had won a Senate seat in 1964, entered an unlikely primary election as a challenger to incumbent Democratic United States President Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ). After Johnson announced on March 31 that he would not seek re-election, Kennedy still faced two rival candidates for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination: the leading challenger United States Senator Eugene McCarthy and Vice President Hubert Humphrey... He had been making progress in building Democratic support for his nomination when he was assassinated at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, California, on June 5, 1968. -Wikipedia
Celebrating Black History
Come stop by and have a look at our North facing window filled with prominent figures celebrating Black history.
Low Art Meets High Art
"The Pop Art movement of the late 1950s and ’60s was inspired by commercial and popular culture. Although it did not have a specific style or attitude, Pop art was defined as a diverse response to the postwar era’s commodity-driven values, often using commonplace objects (such as comic strips, soup cans, road signs, and hamburgers) as subject matter or as part of the work." -Encyclopædia Britannica