A Chubby Young Postman - Valentine's Day Art Print
In a quirky depiction of a Valentine's Day special delivery, Charles H. Twelvetrees crafts a charming scene of a young and underdressed postman who, despite his unconventional appearance for the job, manages his duties with surprising ease. This piece, showcasing the artist's signature chubby children style, originally appeared on a magazine cover. See this image on a greeting card!
Charles H. Twelvetrees (1888-1948) remains a bit of a mystery in the art world, leaving behind a trail of intriguing signatures such as Charles R. Twelvetrees, CT, or C. His distinctive style, characterized by chubby-cheeked child figures and happy dogs, adorns early postcards and various paper ephemera. Some postcard enthusiasts speculate the existence of both a father and son Twelvetree, each contributing to the artistic legacy. The artist ventured into the realm of newspaper comics with creations like Prince Domino and Muffles (1910), Johnny Quack and the Van Cluck Twins (1909-1911). Particularly prized are his original Valentines, sought after by collectors and often reproduced for contemporary holiday celebrations.
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
Charles H. Twelvetrees