|Title||Erdo Mezo Vidéke [The Country of Forests and Meadows]|
|Collection||Imperial War Museum: Posters of Conflict - The Visual Culture of Public Information and Counter Information|
|Creator Date Of Birth||1.11 1870|
|Creator Date Of Death||20.06 1929|
|Concept||agriculture / food, landscape|
|Description||whole: the image is positioned in the upper two thirds, held within a narrow yellow border. The and text are separate and positioned in the lower third, in black. All set against a white background.
image: a wheatfield, with the silhouettes of trees positioned in the background.
text: RINGÓ KALÁSZOK.
OLGYAI VIKTOR METSZETE.
ERDO MEZO VIDÉKE, AZ ÉDES ANYAFÖLD, DOLGOS KEZEKRE VÁR.
[Swaying ears of corn. Engraving by Olgyai Viktor. The country of forests and meadows, the dear native soil, is waiting for industrious hands. Rigler Budapest.]
|Id Number Current Accession||IWM PST 6697|
|Location Creation Site||Austria-Hungary|
|Measurements Dimensions||761 mm x 692 mm|
|Event||WW1 Austro-Hungarian Home Front|
|Related Country||Austria-Hungary AH, Hungary HU|
|Biographical Notes||Victor Olgyai was born in Igló in Hungary. He worked as a painter and designer, and taught at the Graphics Department of the College of Fine Arts in Budapest. He died in Salzburg, Austria.
|Rights||IWM reproduction right|
|Style Period Period||1914-1918|