The Chap-Book (1898) by Will Bradley
🦂This artwork is a classic by Will Bradley.
About the Artist: Will Bradley
On July 10, 1868, a child who would become the highest-paid American artist of the early 20th century was born. His parents, Aaron Bradley and Sarah Rowland were happy the moment that Will, their child from love, gave his first breath. The city of Boston in Massachusetts is where the young, future artist was born. When he grew up into an adult, he chose to create his art on posters. He was known as an art nouveau illustrator and would be named the "Dean of American Designers" by the Saturday Evening Post.
Source: Will H. Bradley - Wikipedia
Here are Other Paintings by Will Bradley (my personal favorites).
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