n Irish Gaelic Maeve means she who intoxicates, and indeed Queen Maeve, or Mab, the Queen of the fairies in English traditon had legendary magical power. This image of her by the wonderful early 20th century artist beautifully portrays her majesty and power.
J.C.Leyendecker was one of a pair of brothers who were very important in magazine illustration in the early part of the 20th century. J.C. created the Arrow Man, a sophistocated and virile man who represented an ideal of well dressed young manhood, having bought, of course, an Arrow shirt.
Our prints are made at our location in Seattle, WA. They have a thick, white backing board and are sealed in clear bags. Each is suitable for framing at 11 inches x 14 inches or can be used as is for wall display. Our goal is to bring back to life these wonderful illustrations from old-fashioned, children's books and from early advertising art.