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bumble button: Book Plates by Jessie Wilcox Smith, A Beloved Children's Book Artist

LÁMINAS VINTAGE,ANTIGUAS,RETRO Y POR EL ESTILO....

LÁMINAS VINTAGE,ANTIGUAS,RETRO Y POR EL ESTILO....

JWS - Early Magazine Covers - 1920s Vintage Magazine Covers - Good Housekeeping

Vintage Magazine Art

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Quilt Block of 1933 painting of Girl Shucking Peas by Jessie Willcox Smith printed on cotton.

028-The princess and the goblin 1920-ilustrado por Jessie Willcox Smith

Posterazzi The Princess and the Goblin 1920 Come Canvas Art - Jessie Willcox Smith x

Louisa May Alcott's "Little Women" (Meg and the Tutor)

" Little Women" written by Louisa May Alcott - Art by Jessie Willcox Smith - A Classic Tale From England

'Dream Blocks' by Aileen Cleveland Higgins with illustrations by Jessie Wilcox Smith. Duffield and Co., New York, 1908

‘Dream blocks’ by Aileen Cleveland Higgins, illustrated by Jessie Willcox Smith. Published 1908 by Duffield& Company, New York.

The Little Golfer by Jessie Willcox Smith

View The Little Golfer, Good Housekeeping Magazine Cover, July 1928 by Jessie Willcox Smith on artnet. Browse more artworks Jessie Willcox Smith from The Illustrated Gallery.

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February 1928 Good Housekeeping Magazine Cover - Young Girl Reading Valentine Card, Valentines Day, Blue and Orange

Good Housekeeping magazine cover, August 1930  Month & Year my mother was born.

Jessie Willcox Smith (1863 – 1935, American)

Jessie Wilcox Smith : Illustration for Good Housekeeping Girl in the water

Jessie Willcox Smith

Jessie Willcox Smith Find out more about the fabulous Vintage book illustrations…

Good Housekeeping Copyright 1927 Kids At The Fountain

Beautiful cards illustrated by Jessie Wilcox Smith. This illustration was featured in Good Housekeeping Magazine in the early Century.

German children's book illustrator Hermann Vogel, (1854-1921) grew up in Saxony and studied at the art academy in Dresden. Vogel’s illustrations are in the tradition of German Romantism, and their best known artists – Ludwig Richter, Moritz Von Schwind and Carl Spitzweg. Albert Hurter introduced these artists and their illustration style to the Disney studio and they influenced very much the look of the first animated feature films.

'Deutsche Märchen', The Grimm Brothers illustrations by Professor Paul Hey, 1939

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