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Political Art

For many people, political posters are considered to be a form of art used during election campaigns or featuring political events such as past presidents or historic incidents concerning governmental figures. While that type of art is included in political leader canvas art, it is only a part of this far-reaching category. Political art is, in essence, a pictorial study of society.

Political Posters

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I'm for Truth
by Veruca Salt
20" x 20"
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You Have to Keep Moving Forward -Martin Luther King Jr.
by Veruca Salt
18" x 25"
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Washington Crossing the Delaware by Emanuel Leutze
by Unknown
24" x 18"
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Gilbert Stuart Williamstown Portrait of George Washington
by Unknown
8" x 10"
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The Life We Lead - Nelson Mandela
by Veruca Salt
16" x 20"
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I Have A Dream
by Caitlin Dundon
21" x 17"
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The First Colored Senator and Representatives
by Unknown
24" x 18"
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Portrait of George Washington
by Unknown
18" x 24"
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No One - Nelson Mandela Quote
by Veruca Salt
16" x 16"
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Martin Luther King and Malcolm X
by Unknown
20" x 16"
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Education is the Passport to the Future
by Veruca Salt
20" x 20"
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Obama
by Dean Russo- Exclusive
16" x 20"
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No Man Is Above the Law
by Unknown
24" x 18"
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Gilbert Stuart, George Washington Lansdowne Portrait, 1796
by Unknown
18" x 24"
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Portrait of Marie Antoinette
by Unknown
8" x 10"
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Abraham Lincoln, Head and Shoulders
by Print Collection
24" x 29"
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The Greatest Glory - Nelson Mandela Quote
by Veruca Salt
12" x 24"
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The Peacemakers 1868
by Unknown
24" x 18"
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Washington Crossing the Delaware by Emanuel Leutze, MMA-NYC, 1851
by Unknown
24" x 18"
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General Lee on his Famous Charger
by Howard Pyle
18" x 24"
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Lincoln Lawyer Quote
by Unknown
14" x 14"
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General George Washington Resigning His Commission
by Unknown
24" x 18"
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President Thomas Jefferson
by John Parrot/Stocktrek Images
26" x 31"
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Jfk Campaign, 1960
by Stanley Tretick
18" x 24"
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General Ulysses S Grant (standing portrait)
by John Parrot/Stocktrek Images
25" x 32"
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Civil War Painting of The Peacemakers
by John Parrot/Stocktrek Images
32" x 24"
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Portrait of Abraham Lincoln
by George Peter Alexander Healy
18" x 24"
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Napoleon Crossing the Alps at the St Bernard Pass
by Jacques-Louis David
22" x 28"
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A Winner is a Dreamer Who Never Gives Up - Nelson Mandela Quote
by Veruca Salt
12" x 12"
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Ulysses S Grant and His Generals on Horeback
by John Parrot/Stocktrek Images
35" x 22"
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Theodore Roosevelt Smiling
by John Parrot/Stocktrek Images
25" x 31"
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The Future
by Veruca Salt
24" x 14"
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Stumbling is Not Falling
by Veruca Salt
16" x 16"
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A Winner is A Dreamer - Nelson Mandela
by Veruca Salt
16" x 16"
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Napoleon Crossing the Alps at the St Bernard Pass
by Jacques-Louis David
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It's a way of documenting and commenting on the people and things that made our society into what it is today. Civil rights, equality, commentary of current events, and even the overthrow of empires are all encompassed in these highly creative and diverse works of art.

Traditional and contemporary artists alike have used this type of art for various purposes. Andy Warhol, Diego Rivera, and many others created political art in order to express what was important to them and how they felt about events that were changing their society. Social relations and communication are the primary theme of this artform. Goya created political leader prints in order to relay his feelings on slavery, Warhol on mass commercialism and Rivera on revolutionist figures. Thanks to these artists, future generations now have documentaries of the things important to people of that time and the issues that were being addressed. Political art doesn't just address acts of government or commerce. Civil leaders like Ghandi, Martin Luther King Jr., Mandela, Barack Obama, and even religious figures, like the Pope, are also displayed prominently in political art.
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