Dancing Atop the Globe - Fairies Greeting Card

$6.00 USD
SKU: 00406B

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Send a burst of joy to a loved one with this enchanting dancing lady, a creation by the talented Charles Forbell for the November 13, 1913 Dance Issue of Life magazine. While we may not spot any wings adorning this graceful dancer, we count it among our Fantastic Fairies Collection because of the image's enchanting aura, radiating a sense of magic and joy that's perfect for brightening someone's day. See this image on a Birthday Greeting Card AND on postcards in a set!

Charles Forbell (1871-1946) was a versatile American artist celebrated for his groundbreaking contributions to comic art and advertising. Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, his early artistic talents paved the way for a multifaceted career. Forbell's comic strips, notably Naughty Pete and The Little Woman, showcased his innovative storytelling techniques and left a lasting impact on the medium. Beyond comics, he made a mark in advertising, notably contributing to the enduring symbol of Planters Peanuts, Mr. Peanut, and creating endearing characters like Happy and Peawee for the Campbell Soup Company. His artistic legacy encompasses both comic art innovation and iconic advertising imagery, leaving an indelible mark on illustration and marketing alike!

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Charles Forbell

Product Specs

A6 (4.5" X 6.25") with Envelope