Category Archives: History Buff

Chats with Mickey: SAS Travel Posters

I’m excited to talk with you today about our wonderful selection of Scandinavian Airline posters. SAS, as the airline is commonly referred to, was formed in 1946 and focused on travel out of Denmark, Sweden, and Norway. All of our

Chats with Mickey: SAS Travel Posters

I’m excited to talk with you today about our wonderful selection of Scandinavian Airline posters. SAS, as the airline is commonly referred to, was formed in 1946 and focused on travel out of Denmark, Sweden, and Norway. All of our

Expedition to Cambodia: A Rare Poster Has Arrived!

Here at The Ross Art Group, we like to say that “every poster has its story”. The recently acquired and exceedingly rare Les Ruines d’Angkor by George Groslier (above) is no exception.
This poster’s story is one that is rooted in Imperialism, ancient religions, and one man’s quest to share the beauty of his homeland with the world.

Expedition to Cambodia: A Rare Poster Has Arrived!

Here at The Ross Art Group, we like to say that “every poster has its story”. The recently acquired and exceedingly rare Les Ruines d’Angkor by George Groslier (above) is no exception.
This poster’s story is one that is rooted in Imperialism, ancient religions, and one man’s quest to share the beauty of his homeland with the world.

Vive la France! Celebrate Bastille Day with Fabulous French Posters

Francophiles around the world mark their calendars for July 14th as the day to celebrate all things French (and The Ross Art Group is no exception).

Vive la France! Celebrate Bastille Day with Fabulous French Posters

Francophiles around the world mark their calendars for July 14th as the day to celebrate all things French (and The Ross Art Group is no exception).

America’s Cup Returns to NYC – History and Posters Collide

The America’s Cup is returning to NYC in May, and we are celebrating with wonderful original vintage posters from its past, and exploring the history of this sailing event.

America’s Cup Returns to NYC – History and Posters Collide

The America’s Cup is returning to NYC in May, and we are celebrating with wonderful original vintage posters from its past, and exploring the history of this sailing event.

The Mather & Co. Work Incentive Posters

The specific group of Mather posters that we are offering are all from the year 1927 and were actually used in a factory in the Northeast. These posters have stood the test of time very well and we had each conservation mounted onto linen and professionally restored. The posters of 1927 are rarely seen outside of institutions.

The Mather & Co. Work Incentive Posters

The specific group of Mather posters that we are offering are all from the year 1927 and were actually used in a factory in the Northeast. These posters have stood the test of time very well and we had each conservation mounted onto linen and professionally restored. The posters of 1927 are rarely seen outside of institutions.

The Work of Bernard Villemot

We are exceptionally proud of our current collection of posters by Bernard Villemot, and encourage you to view them all!

The Work of Bernard Villemot

We are exceptionally proud of our current collection of posters by Bernard Villemot, and encourage you to view them all!

Norman Rockwell’s “Four Freedoms”

In January of 1941 President Franklin Delano Roosevelt stood before the United States Congress and gave his State of the Union Address. In this speech he hoped to explain to both government and citizens alike that the decision to enter

Norman Rockwell’s “Four Freedoms”

In January of 1941 President Franklin Delano Roosevelt stood before the United States Congress and gave his State of the Union Address. In this speech he hoped to explain to both government and citizens alike that the decision to enter