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[Photo credits: John Lehner] “The Work of Miss Ethel Reed.” International Studio 10 (1897): 230-36. These drawings are all described as previously unpublished. [Update, 23 May 2013: The illustrations have now been added.] Advertisements
[Photo credits: John Lehner] Louise Chandler Moulton, In Childhood’s Country (Boston: Copeland & Day, 1896; London: James Bowden, 1896). Illustrations, endpapers, device for Yellow Hair Library, and poster.
[Photo credits: John Lehner] Clinton Scollard, The Hills of Song (Boston: Copeland & Day, 1895). Cover design.
[Photo credit: John Lehner] The following notice appeared under the heading “Three for a Dollar” in many American newspapers during the summer of 1896: “Three what? Three charmingly executed posters in colors drawn by W. W. Denslow, Ethel Reed and Ray … Continue reading
Ethel Reed had a brief but extraordinary career as a graphic artist in Boston and London during the 1890s. Born in Newburyport, Mass., in 1874, and a protégé of Laura C. Hills, she was largely self-taught as an artist. In … Continue reading
[Photo credits: John Lehner] [Photo credit: Library of Congress] Gertrude Smith, The Arabella and Araminta Stories (Boston: Copeland & Day, 1895). The cover design, illustrations, and endpapers are by Ethel Reed. Copeland & Day also issued a large paper edition (fifteen copies) … Continue reading
[Photo credit: Library of Congress] [Photo credit: John Lehner] [Photo credit: John Lehner] Charles Knowles Bolton, The Love-Story of Ursula Wolcott: Being a Tale in Verse of the Time of the “Great Revival” in New England (Boston: Lamson, Wolffe & Co., 1895). Ethel … Continue reading