The exhibit is titled COLOR EXPLOSION--and it is a feast for the eyes. The inks used in early color lithography are gorgeous and apparently pretty sturdy, as all the posters and calendars displayed were full of saturated hues. The example I've displayed here is not one of the more colorful posters; but it is one of the most fun.
If you're in southern California before mid-February, catch the show at the beautiful Huntington Library and Gardens. If you're like me, you won't be able to resist picking up a poster or two for yourself. I chose two: one for a gift and the other (a seed catalogue cover bursting with sunny yellow flowers) for my kitchen.