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A healthy boy, protected from tuberculosis by fresh air and exercise. Colour lithograph by André Wilquin, 1942.

Wilquin, André, 1899-
Date
[1942]

License

In copyright

Credit: A healthy boy, protected from tuberculosis by fresh air and exercise. Colour lithograph by André Wilquin, 1942. In copyright


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Description

In the foreground, a laughing boy with his arms raised in a "mouvement respiratoire" (Devinck) Background left, girls performing exercises out of doors; background right, children in a swimming pool; background centre, a school building. All, including the artist's signature, in a "modern" style of the 1930s

Lettering

Sauvez la jeunesse! Achetez le timbre antituberculeux. La tuberculose est évitable. Wilquin. Ministère de la Santé Publique. Comité National de Défense contre la Tuberculose.

Publication/Creation

[Paris] : Ministère de la Santé Publique. Comité National de Défense contre la Tuberculose, [1942] (Paris (79 rue Dareau) : Imp. des Beaux-Arts)

Physical description

1 print : lithograph, printed in colours ; sheet 57.3 x 39 cm

Publications note

Thierry Devinck, André Wilquin: publicités, Paris: Agence Culturelle de Paris, Mairie de Paris, 1991, no. 82 (giving date as 1942)

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 525026i

Type/Technique

Language

  • French


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