Parade with Jack-o-Lanterns - Halloween Art Print
Can you guess the year when this captivating Halloween image adorned the cover of Woman's Home Companion's October edition? It was back in 1928! Remarkably, it possesses a unique and modern quality that stands out amidst the illustrative art of the 1920s, wouldn't you agree? This eye-catching artwork is just one of the many covers crafted by the creative genius, Maginel Wright Enright, for the magazine.
Maginel Wright Enright (1881-1966), the younger sister of renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright, left an enduring artistic legacy as an American illustrator, particularly in the realm of children's literature during the early 20th century. Her artistic contributions extended beyond illustrating over sixty books, encompassing cover designs for prominent magazines of her era and the creation of patriotic posters during World War I. Enright's remarkable talent for producing high-quality illustrations in children's books set her apart, shaping the visual narratives of her time and enchanting readers of all ages. She is sometimes credited under her married name, Maginel Wright Barney.
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
Maginel Wright Enright