Performing Arts Posters Joseph Hart Vaudeville Co direct from Weber Fields Music Hall New York City 0961



Joined May 2011

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Sizing Information

Extra Large
10.2" x 14.0"
6.2" x 8.5"
4.0" x 5.5"
2.9" x 4.0"


  • Removable, individually die-cut vinyl
  • Ideal for smooth flat surfaces like laptops, journals, windows, etc.
  • 1/8th of an inch white border around each design

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Artist's Description

The works of classical illustration for science and literature, political commentary, and children’s works are are seriously interesting, though rather challenging for a vector conversion project. Converting watercolor, line-work, wood-block print, and other styles to vector leads to some fairly serious hair tearing on occasion. Maintaining as much of the feel of the original pieces as possible while ensuring that the conversions are print-ready sometimes takes a lot longer than expected. Reading the books these images are from, however, is always a joy. If you need a reading list of utter loveliness, these illustrators and authors are well worth your time, and as each book is no longer under copyright you can often find versions of these books online quite easily.

These performing arts posters from the 1800s and early 1900s are a lovely bit of history, and the Vac has had great joy in rebuilding them for print. However, that joy has been somewhat regularly diminished by some of the horrific elements of the times these posters reflect. As a society, we now hopefully know better than judge a person by their race or gender, as well as knowing better than to mock them. Some of the posters in this set, and the plays they represent, did just that. The Vac holds suggests: Do Not Forget. We as a society can be better than some of the things represented in this collection, and learn from history – enjoying the learning process such that we repeat the terrible bits as little as possible.

The Vac hopes you enjoy the artwork, and suggests that searching for “Wetdryvac" and the artist’s name here on Redbubble without quotes will find the other pieces in the set if you’ve landed here via a particular piece of artwork.

-Wetdryvac /

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