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Dancing in Hitler's Headquarters

Indulge in the artistry of the era with this fantastic 1971 Polish poster designed to promote the romantic comedy, "Dancing w Kwaterze Hitlera" (Dancing in Hitler's Headquarters), directed by Jan Batory. Now, how's that for a memorable title!

With Polish-born illustrator Waldemar Swierzy at the helm, it comes as no surprise that this powerful imagery boast an attitude all its own. With the quintessence of Swierzys signature motifs in tow, he spares no time capturing the unrivaled spirit of the post-war creative realm. 

At the forefront of the poster's composition stands a bewitching green figure, elegantly nestled amidst lush foliage, radiating with verve and vitality. Swierzy's command of chromatic composition transfixes the eye, leaving a lasting impression of pure enchantment. How captivating!

This poster is a testament to the rich cultural heritage of Poland in the 1970s and a true reflection of the country's artistic vibrancy. This phenomenal piece is guaranteed to frame expertly.

Condition: Very Good. Poster was never folded. Age appropriate toning. Minor border wear and minor darkening near edges. Please use zoom feature for a better understanding of overall condition.

Year: c.1971 - 52 years old

Size: 23.0" x 32.25" (58cm x 82cm)


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