Boy Sitting on Moon - Baby Greeting Card

$6.00 USD
SKU: 00205G

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INSIDE GREETING: A baby is the most wonderful thing in the world.

This sweet little boy sits atop a crescent moon. Victor C. Anderson's sleepy bedtime scene, made for the January 1909 cover of the Ladies' Home Journal, is perfect for welcoming a new baby as a greeting card.
See this image as an art print!

An American artist, Victor C. Anderson (1882-1937) inherited a rich artistic legacy from his father, the esteemed Hudson River School painter Frank Anderson (1844-1891). Displaying a natural talent for drawing and painting from an early age, he pursued formal art education at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. His whimsical illustrations, depicting rural life with charm and nostalgia, graced the pages of renowned publications such as Life magazine, Woman’s Home Companion, and The Ladies’ Home Journal. His captivating artwork adorned magazine covers and center spreads for many years. Additionally, he illustrated two books: Tommy Trot’s Visit to Santa Claus (1908) and the Moonbeam Wish Book (1908). The family's artistic legacy endured through his daughter, Joan Howe (1915-2005), who achieved recognition as a talented watercolor artist.

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Victor C. Anderson

Product Specs

A6 (4.5" X 6.25") with Envelope