Woman's Face in a Locket - Encouragement Greeting Card

$6.00 USD
SKU: 15271B

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Adorned in a locket and surrounded by other exquisite artistic elements, this lovely lady graced the March 1914 cover of Vanity Fair. Capturing the essence of vintage glamour, we've transformed this enchanting image into an encouraging card, perfect for sharing with your glamorous acquaintances! See our entire Encouragement Card Collection!

George Wolfe Plank (1883-1965), a self-taught American artist, earned recognition for his outstanding contributions to magazine illustrations and enjoyed widespread popularity in his lifetime. His notable work with Vogue began in 1911 when he joined the magazine, providing illustrations and cover designs until 1936. Beyond magazines, Plank demonstrated his versatility by creating illustrations for friends' books, contributing to cookbooks with food and drink depictions, designing for the theater, crafting Red Cross posters during WWI, engaging in interior design for society figures, and even illustrating maps! His Vogue covers were so popular that at social events, esteemed women would recreate them in live tableaux vivants, showcasing the lasting impact of his artistic legacy!

This product was custom designed and created at our location in Seattle. 

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George Wolfe Plank

Product Specs

A6 (4.5" X 6.25") with Envelope