An art nouveau masterpiece advertising the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair, also known as the Louisiana Purchase Exposition. A subdued Native American offers his hand to a maiden of European descent. The frontier had been settled, its inhabitants pacified, and the United States now controlled vast tracts of land. In the footer, a chart indicates the size of the St. Louis World’s Fair relative to prior exhibitions. At 500 hectares, it was more than double the Chicago World’s Fair of 1893, and easily dwarfed the Paris and Philadelphia expositions of 1900 and 1876, respectively.
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Alphonse Mucha : “International Exposition at St. Louis” (1904)
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