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Five O’Clock Tea
I am a fool for Jessie Willcox Smith (1863-1935), an illustrator who studied with Howard Pyle and specialized in images of children. I think her work is magical, almost dream-like, pretty and sentimental to be sure, but much deeper than that. She was brought to mind when I saw these images yesterday, from postcards published…
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Watering the Foxgloves
By Jessie Wilcox Smith, no date given. (Scanned from American Art Review, Dec. 2003.) I thought by way of a palate cleanser (and apology!) for the hideous Mr. Ron Lee and his clowns, that I'd offer up these lovely little pieces by a group of early 20th c. illustrators called "The Rose Girls." They were Jessie Wilcox Smith, Elizabeth Shippen Green, and Violet Oakley. Enjoy.
Smith, Hanway & Company
Persistent URL: digital.lib.muohio.edu/u?/tradecards,3206 Subject (TGM): Angels; Cupids; Baking powder; Tree limbs; Flowers;
22 Recalling Vintage Postage Stamps - vintagetopia
Figural egg cups are a lot of fun and a few even arrive with extra features like the much-sought after whistle egg cups and some which may be sitting on a modest wind-up music box
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According to the Notable Names Database "William Colgate came to America with his family when he was a teenager, and settled in Baltimore, where he worked as an apprentice to a soap-boiler. Eventually relocating to New York City, he worked as a candle maker, and in 1806 he went into business for himself, selling soap,…