Vintage 1921 Very Cute Babies Illustration Print by Maud Tousey Fangel Girl and Boy
A too cute 1921 babies illustration print by illustrator Maud Tousey Fangel from the cover of a recycled Ladies Home Journal magazine, printed on good heavy cover stock, 9 1\/4" x 10 1\/4", one in pink trim and one in blue trim so good for either a girl or boy room decor, very sweet baby images and in excellent condition. All items guaranteed to be vintage.
Aunt Pitty Pat's
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National Museums Liverpool
Buy toys, gifts, books and more from National Museums Liverpool, a group of free museums and galleries housing varied collections: World Museum, Walker Art Gallery, Sudley House, Museum of Liverpool, Merseyside Maritime Museum, Lady Lever Art Gallery and International Slavery Museum.
Jessie Willcox Smith - Seven Ages of Childhood
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Her Focus Was Children.....
"Watering The Foxglove" by Jessie Wilcox Smith I became familiar with Jessie Wilcox Smith when my children were young. Although enjoying he...
Jessie Willcox Smith - Dickens's Children
'Little Em'ly' (David Copperfield). Jessie Willcox Smith illustration from 'Dickens's Children'. More about the artist at vintagebookillustrations.com/
JESSIE WILLCOX SMITH...ART OF A SIMPLER LIFE!
For many years I have loved the art of Jessie Willcox Smith, although I did not realize it was always her work. Born in Phillidelphia in 1863, she graduated from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in 1888, and took a job as an illustrator for The Ladies Home Journal thus beginning a lifelong career as a renound Magazine cover illustrator, one of the most recognized in the world. In 1915, she began her career as the cover illustrator for Good Housekeeping Magazine for as long as she…