Details: This poster is of a vintage ad. It shows a drawing of a cow in a field. At the top it says Be sure to visit the Five-Borough Outdoor Exhibitions of Children's Paintings, Sculpture, Prints. Below that it says In Brooklyn and gives the address and the WPA information.
The Federal Art Project (FAP) was the visual arts arm of the Great Depression-era New Deal WPA Federal One program in the United States. It operated from August 29, 1935 until June 30, 1943. Reputed to have created more than 200,000 separate works, FAP artists created posters, murals and paintings; some of which stand among the most significant pieces of public art in the country. FAP's primary goals were to employ out-of-work artists and to provide art for non-federal government buildings: schools, hospitals, libraries and the like. The work was divided into art production, art instruction and art research; the primary output of the art research group was the Index of American Design.
This poster is usually printed with a thin white edge border.