Nanook of the North (United Artists, 1922). Folded, Very F...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionNanook of the North (United Artists, 1922). Folded, Very Fine+. Swedish One Sheet (27.5" X 39.5") Eric Rohman Artwork.
Director Robert Flaherty produced this pioneering documentary film depicting the lives of the Inuit (Eskimo) people of Canada's northern Quebec region. Enormously popular when released in 1922, the film is recognized as a cinematic milestone. Very little in the way of posters or any paper has appeared in the poster collecting market for this film. Offered for the first time by Heritage is this stone litho Swedish one sheet with vibrant artwork by Eric Rohman. In excellent condition, the only apparent wear includes light creases, a minor tear, and a very faint dust shadow. Folded, Very Fine+.
Estimate: $1,500 - $3,000.
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