Lady in Halloween Dress - Boxed Halloween Greeting Cards
10 greeting cards with 10 orange envelopes, boxed
A stylishly spooky scene from 1911, complete with an owl-adorned headpiece, that is sure to delight deltiologists (postcard collectors). Samuel Schmucker, the artist behind these charming illustrations featuring women on vintage holiday postcards, drew inspiration from his wife for these enduring works of art. See this image as an art print, in our Halloween Greetings Boxed Greeting Cards, Wicked Witches & Creepy Cats Postcard Book, AND Halloween Labels Sticker Box!
Samuel Schmucker (1879-1921) was a highly accomplished American artist who enjoyed a diverse career, particularly during the Golden Age of postcards. After honing his skills under the guidance of the renowned Howard Pyle, he created iconic postcard archetypes of his time, such as the "Schmucker Girl," published by the Detroit Publishing Company, and the "Winsch Girl," published by the John Winsch Publishing Company. While his legacy is most prominently associated with postcards, a remarkable discovery in the mid-1990s thrilled his fans and admirers. It unveiled 88 previously unseen watercolor paintings, shedding new light on the depth and breadth of his artistic talent.
This product was custom designed and created at our location in Seattle.
A2 (4.25" X 5.5") Boxed with Orange Envelopes