A Frog Doffing His Hat - Storybook Classics Art Print
This dapper gentleman frog extends a courteous tip of his hat to you! Known as The Frogman in the magical land of Oz, he made his debut in L. Frank Baum's The Lost Princess of Oz, brilliantly brought to life by the illustrations of John R. Neill. The Frogman assumes a prominent role in Oz as a man-sized frog, serving as a prominent authority and influential political figure within the Yips' country. Surprisingly, despite not being exceptionally clever, his expertise lies in dandy fashion and the art of appearing intelligent. See this image on a greeting card, on postcards in a set, AND on a notebook!
John R. Neill (1877-1943) was an American illustrator celebrated for his significant contributions to children's literature. Born in Philadelphia, Neill's artistic journey led him to become one of the most iconic illustrators of the early 20th century! He is best known for his captivating illustrations in the Oz series by L. Frank Baum, a collaboration that spanned numerous books. Neill's artistic legacy is defined by his imaginative and whimsical illustrations, which continue to enchant readers of all ages. His vibrant and detailed artwork has become synonymous with the magical world of Oz and has left an enduring mark on the realm of children's literature!
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
John R. Neill