1936 Holland-America Line

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By: Willem Ten Broek

Original Date: 1936 (published) Amsterdam

Size of Original: 38 x 24 inches (97 x 63 cm)

This is an authentic, antique travel poster promoting the Holland America Line, a shipping line that carries passengers and cargo from 1873 to 1989. In 1989 the Holland America Line was purchased by Carnival Corp and now operates as a cruise line, headquartered in Seattle, Washington.

The poster was created by Willem Ten Broek, a Dutch artist known for incorporating clean lines and primary colors on large surfaces. One of his most notable works is this poster, which became the influence for the Holland-America Line logo shortly after its creation. The poster was published in Dutch and English as the line served the ports of Rotterdam and New York.

Inventory #11057


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