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Jan 01, 2005

Top 10 Boston - Eyewitness Travel Guide

 

"The Hub," "Beantown," "Baahstin" - call it what you will, New England's largest city exists to be explored.  Its colonial-era architecture, vibrant sea-faring heritage, and irrepressible Yankee character make it one of the countrie's most distrinctive locales.  Yet, for all its big-city amenities - world-class restaurants, museums and shops - Boston remains surprisingly compact and eminently walkable.

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"Arguably the most fun - albeit the most populist - gallery on Newbury, [International Poster Gallery] stocks vintage posters and print advertisements from the Belle Epoque." 

 

Mar 01, 2004

Let's Go Guide - Boston

"This year, the writers of Let's Go would like to honor your organization for being one of the very best - you have been selected as one of a small number of establishments from each guide to receive the Let's Go Recommends commendation."

Nov 01, 2003

Ski Magazine

 

The Art of the Hill - "'Skiing posters have joined the blue-chip group of elite travel posters,' says Jim Lapides, president of International Poster Gallery in Boston and one of the country's foremost dealers in ski posters."

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sep 01, 2002

Boston Globe - Go! Tonight

 

"The International Poster Gallery kicks off a retrospective of Swiss Illustrator Herbert Leupin's advertisements this week-end with a free gallery talk this afternoon...Leupin created ads for more than 50 years that inspired devotion among art aficionados and consumers. If you buy one...a portion of the sale will be donated to the Jimmy Fund Clinic at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute."

Jul 01, 2002

Boston Magazine

Our Top Picks for July 2002 - "Happily, there are no references to the Titanic. Instead, you'll be wowed by majestic ocean liners and picturesque beaches that graced travel posters trumpeting the beauty and adventure of the French Riviera, the Orient Express and Monte Carlo. From Art Deco to Art Nouveau, Steam into Summer at Internatonal Poster Gallery will leave you feeling nostalgic."

Mar 01, 2002

Boston Globe

 

"The kids hang them on their walls, but these vintage posters at the International Poster Gallery's Spring to Life exhibit usually hang in museums."

 

 

 

 

Feb 01, 2002

Art New England

 

"The posters in this handsomely mounted exhibition [at Karl Drerup Art Gallery at Plymouth State College], curated by Catherine Amidon in cooperation with the International Poster Gallery, incorporate a variety of subjects: the nation's workforce, the Red Army, the threat of capitalism, foreign intervention, famine, reform, education, and the economy. Cheap, plentiful, often shocking, the posters feature strong lines, powerful diagonals, extreme foreshortening, and elements of photomontage."

 

Jan 01, 2002

Boston Globe Calendar Magazine

Movie Mania - "International Poster Gallery has the lock on Russian and Italian classic movie posters, even though film posters are only a small part of its business. Proprietor Jim Lapides, who specializes in fine art graphics and advertising art, is an expert on the 1920s Constructivist posters by the Stenberg Brothers."

Jan 01, 2001

San Francisco Chronicle

A World of Art on the Web - "Poster Aficionados can find just about anything on the International Poster Gallery site, including this 1925 lithograph, the 'Fight of Two Giants'".

 

 

Jan 01, 2001

CitySearch.com

"International Poster Gallery's new exhibit Let it Snow! captures the spirit and rustic glamour of downhill skiing's fabled past. Francisco Tamagno's Chamonix,Mont-Blanc (c. 1901), one of the first posters ever designed to market a railway toward skiers, is unquestionably the exhibit's cornerstone."

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