This is an USDA print from circa 1942 - 1945, entitled, "Lick the Platter Clean. Don't Waste Food." This reproduction illustrates Jack Sprat and his wife (from the nursery rhyme) holding an empty platter. This was a government informational poster distributed to the public during World War 2 when some foods were scarce due to rationing.
This is a museum quality, giclée fine art, print reproduction.
RESTORED WITH CARE: This reproduction has been digitally restored and enhanced. The piece still retains the vintage age and characteristics of the original, but with any major flaws due to time and wear cleaned up, producing a top quality image for display.
These museum-quality fine art prints are created using the giclée printing process, which allows for super-fine detail and resolution. Archival inks are applied to premium heavyweight fine art papers. Giclée prints are regarded as the highest quality graphic reproduction process available and considered to be museum quality. Printed with a 12-color high end system using top of the line archival inks, resulting in a print that can last upwards of 100 to 200 years.
Premium Fine Art Canvas: This is a premium, 408 gsm, heavyweight canvas with a white and non-reflective surface. This is an acid-free and archival-grade paper. Our canvas consists of a 35/65 Cotton/ Poly Blend, with an Oxford 2:1 weave, and a fine & semi-smooth surface, .