Boy Hugging Rabbit - Friendship Greeting Card

$6.00 USD
SKU: 02225G

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INSIDE GREETING: Here's a hug for you.

The cherubic young boy with his rabbit friend exudes such sweetness that it's no surprise this image has become our most beloved rabbit illustration! This endearing duo made their debut on the Easter cover of Pictorial Review magazine in April 1920. While information is scarce, we have come across sources that attribute this charming artwork to Torre Brevano. Send it for Easter or for any occasion to a friend!

Torre Brevano is credited with illustrating a number of covers for Pictorial Review magazine (1899-1939), despite the limited information available about their background and creative contributions. The magazine was initially established to showcase dress patterns from the American Fashion Company, founded by German immigrant William Paul Ahnelt. It reached its peak of popularity during the late 1920s, a period when Brevano was actively contributing to its artistic content. Do you know anything more about this artist? If so, send an email to our Brand Content Manager at We're always eager to learn more about vintage illustration!

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

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Torre Brevano

Product Specs

A6 (4.5" X 6.25") with Envelope