Original Walter Crane "Triumph of Labour" Print 1891. Signed. Crane created The Triumph of Labour in 1891 to mark the socialist May Day celebrations. To many it became the definitive image of socialism, honoring the unity and progression of industrial, agricultural, and artistic labor. The imagery and allusions are typical of Crane's style. The figure on the far left holding a palette is Crane himself. Walter Crane (1845-1915) was the most prolific and influential book illustrator of his generation. He was part of the Arts & Crafts movement and produced many paintings, illustrations, ceramic tiles and other decorative artworks. 22"h x 41"w frame: 27.75"h x 46.5"w.
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