Woman Reading in a Library - Books & Readers Art Print
Dig into a good book! Originally conceived as a postcard in 1909, Sadie Wendell Mitchell crafted Dig as a part of her Girls Will Be Girls series, dedicated to advancing women's literacy and education. Showcasing her signature style characterized by bold linework and vibrant color blocks, it portrays a young college student immersed amidst towering shelves of books, engrossed in the pages of an Economy text. In the original artwork, a sign above her subtly urges her to "Do It Now," reflecting Mitchell's advocacy for women's educational empowerment! See this image on a greeting card!
Sadie Wendell Mitchell (1887-1967) stands as a notable figure in the realm of postcard illustration. Her brother, Toronto publisher W. G. MacFarlane, owned "Canada's Largest Post Card House" for which she designed some of their most popular designs! Amid occasional credit confusion, due to her name change after marriage, her creative influence extended beyond postcards, encompassing children's book illustrations, noteworthy magazine contributions, and compelling advertising artwork. Mitchell's versatile talent left an indelible mark on diverse visual mediums, capturing the essence of her era's aesthetics and cultural nuances.
Our prints are suitable for framing or can be used as is for wall display.
This product was custom designed and created at our location in Seattle.
11" x 14", Bagged with Backer Board
Sadie Wendell Mitchell