Category Archives: A ARTE DOS OUTROS

Poética Contraditória

Não digas o que sabes nos teus versos,
Deixa para trás a ciência e a consciência;
Tudo aquilo que em ti não for ausência
São ideais perdidos, ou submersos.

Abandona-te às vozes que não ouves,
E liberta os teus deuses nos teus dedos;
Não busques os sorrisos, mas os medos,
E o que não for ignoto e só, não louves.

Ser misterioso e triste, é ser poeta:
Mesmo a luz que palpita nos teus cantos.
É uma imagem heroica dos teus prantos.

Percorre o teu caminho até ao fundo,
E com os versos que achaste, aumenta o mundo.
Não sejas um escritor, mas um profeta.

António Quadros in, «Viagem Desconhecida»

Anúncios

Memória Futura


James Montgomery Flagg (1877-1960)
First Call
11 x 21, printed on board
[New York] Leslie-Judge Co., ©1917
Not in Theofiles

Ruttan
A Wonderful Opportunity for YOU
28 x 20 1/4
[n.p., 1919?]
Probably a post-war appeal for recruits.
Not in Theofiles


William Allen Rogers (1854-1931)
ONLY THE NAVY CAN STOP THIS
25 1/4 x 19 ½
New York: U. S. Navy Publishing Bureau [1917]
Reproduction of a cartoon from The New York Herald.
Theofiles 47; Rickards 180


H. Blyleven Esselen
YOU DRIVE A CAR HERE – WHY NOT A TRANSPORT IN FRANCE?
27 ½ x 19 1/4
[n.p., 1918?]
Not in Theofiles


James Montgomery Flagg (1877-1960)
HOLD ON TO UNCLE SAM’S INSURANCE
30 x 20
Boston: Forbes [1919?]
Theofiles 324


Paul C. Stahr (1883-19??)
Be Patriotic
28 3/4 x 21
New York: W. F. Powers [1918?]
Theofiles 97


John E. Sheridan
Food is Ammunition
28 3/4 x 20 1/4
[n.p., 1918?]
Theofiles 76; St. Clair, p. 155


Burton Rice
SEE HIM THROUGH
25 3/4 x 19 3/4
[n.p.] 1918
Theofiles 294, attributed to “Carlson Rice”


Clarence Frederick Underwood (1871-1929)
Back our girls over there
28 x 21 1/4
[n.p., 1918?]
Theofiles 213; St. Clair, p. 177


Arthur William Brown (1881-19??)
FOR YOUR BOY
29 3/4 x 20
Philadelphia: Ketterlinus [1918?]
Produced by the Committee on Public Information,
Division of Pictorial Publicity.
Theofiles 197


J. Allen St. John
The Hun ~ his Mark
30 1/4 x 19 3/4
Chicago: Manz Engraving Co. [1917]
Theofiles 137; St. Clair, p. 84; Darracott 40


[Anonymous]
Remember Your First Thrill of AMERICAN LIBERTY
30 x 20
New York: Sackett & Wilhelms [1917]
Theofiles 135; St. Clair, p. 73


R. H. Porteous
WOMEN! HELP AMERICA’S SONS WIN THE WAR
30 x 20
Chicago: Edwards & Deutsch [1917]
Theofiles 131, attributed to “P. S. Porteus;” St. Clair, p. 73


[Anonymous]
“THAT GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE…”
30 x 20
[n.p., 1918]
Theofiles 152; St. Clair, p. 36


Henry Raleigh (1880-19??)
HALT the Hun!
28 3/4 x 19 3/4
Chicago: Edwards & Deutsch [1918]
Theofiles 140; St. Clair, p. 37


Joseph L. Grosse
HELP CRUSH the MENACE of the SEAS
27 3/4 x 18 1/4
New York: O’Connor-Fyffe Adv. [1918?]
“Poster Contributed by Cloak, Suit and Skirt Industry Committee”
Not in Theofiles


Joseph Pennell (1860-1926)
PROVIDE THE SINEWS OF WAR
20 x 21, printed on board
New York: Heywood, Strasser & Voigt, ©1918
Theofiles 162


Henry Raleigh (1880-19??)
HUN OR HOME?
29 3/4 x 19 3/4
Chicago: Edwards & Deutsch [1918]
Theofiles 166; St. Clair, p. 137


Cyrus LeRoy Baldridge (1889-19??)
Pvt. TREPTOW’S PLEDGE
30 x 19 3/4
Brooklyn: Robert Gair Company, 1918.
Poster donated by the printing company.
Not in Theofiles


Oscar E. Cesare
REMEMBER THE BOND
24 3/4 x 18 ½
[New York] The Nation Press [1918?]
“Color Plates made and donated by Powers Engraving Co., N. Y.”
Reproduction of a cartoon from The New York Evening Post.
Not in Theofiles


Ray Greenleaf (18??-1950)
Answer the Red Cross Christmas Roll Call
30 x 20
Buffalo: Niagara Litho. Co., ©1918
Produced by the Committee on Public Information,
Division of Pictorial Publicity.
Theofiles 232


William B. King (1880-1927)
Hold up your end!
27 ½ x 20 1/4
[New York? 1918?]
Theofiles 221; St. Clair, p. 142


Jessie Wilcox Smith (1863-1925)
Have YOU a Red Cross Service Flag?
28 x 22 1/4
Chicago: Edwards & Deutsch [1918?]
Theofiles 237


P. G. Morgan
Keep this Hand of Mercy at its work
27 ½ x 20 ½
[New York? 1918?]
Theofiles 228, attributed to “C. Emerson, Jr.”


Howard Chandler Christy (1872-1952)
THE SPIRIT OF AMERICA
30 x 20
Boston: Forbes [1918?]
Theofiles 242; Darracott 6