Sunday, October 8, 2017

C H I L D R E N . . . in art

an Eleanor Fortescue Brickdale book illustration 1905, Strange little girl in a garden
an Eleanor Fortescue Brickdale book illustration,  1905?
    
c h i l d r e n . . .  i n   a r t
      
an illustration fron an 1800s book, a Chinese cradle 1600
 a Chinese cradle  around the year 1600,  from an 1800s European book
    
c h i l d r e n . . .  i n   a r t
      
a Heinrich Zille color image of two kids
Heinrich Zille     Click image twice for full size
    
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a Brian Savage cartoon for National Lampoon Magazine
"Hey! We eat on that table!" 
a Brian Savage cartoon for National Lampoon Magazine    click twice
    
c h i l d r e n . . .  i n   a r t
       
1872 boys fashion, an illustrustration of a typical sloppy kid
1872's leader of tomorrow
       
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a 1913 cartoon about an irritating child
1913:  "AFTER A REPRIMAND - Oh Grandma!  I wish you could have seen the funny way your chin went up and down while you were talking!"
        
c h i l d r e n . . .  i n   a r t
      
a 1947 illustration of a stressed mother with child in kitchen
a 1947 illustration      click twice
       
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1903 baby bibs photograph from a catalog
1903 machine-made but still expensive baby bibs,  which babies were asked to please keep clean
       
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an illustration of a stylish 1960 baby crib
a 'modern' 1960 baby crib     click twice
       
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a Baby Huey comic book cover, 1960s Harvey Comics, giant powerful baby
Baby Huey was a 1950s animated character,  and also appeared in a comic book . . . a baby with dangerous strength and a suffering father.  What would Freud say?
          
c h i l d r e n . . .  i n   a r t
           
1896 baby pacifiers made of rubber & illustrated, 1896 baby comforters
1896 baby pacifiers,  made of rubber
          
c h i l d r e n . . .  i n   a r t
            
a Jessie Willcox Smith illustration of a girl pruning flowers
 a Jessie Willcox Smith illustration    click twice
              
c h i l d r e n . . .  i n   a r t
            
an illustrated advertisement for a 1911 baby walker, Glascock baby walker
a 1911 baby walker,  with mahogany rings 
     
c h i l d r e n . . .  i n   a r t
            
a photograph of 1905 baby incubators
baby incubators at the 1904 World's fair    click twice
       
c h i l d r e n . . .  i n   a r t
            
William Wallace Denslow 1901 illustration for Hush-a-bye, Baby, On the Tree Top
a William Wallace Denslow 1901 illustration for  "Hush-a-bye,  Baby,  On the Tree Top"
from www.mamalisa.com/ : "One interesting point to note is that Denslow made the mother and baby Native Americans in his illustrations for this selection.  One theory is that this song was created by a pilgrim boy who sailed to America on the Mayflower.  There he saw cradles made out of birchbark hanging from the trees.  (That's how some of the Native Americans made them in those days.)  The boy then wrote down this song."
        
c h i l d r e n . . .  i n   a r t
     
a photograph of 1909 children on a school trip with their teacher, detailed clothing
1909 children on a school trip with their teacher     see full size
          
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a 1918 photograph of an odd girl who's too old for her clothes, from a clothing catalog
from a 1918 clothing catalog    click twice
          
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a 1960 baby-changing table from a German catalog
a 1960 baby-changing table from a German catalog
          
c h i l d r e n . . .  i n   a r t
            
a John Everett Millais painting of a floating baby crib in a flood
a John Everett Millais painting,  originally in color     see full size
          
c h i l d r e n . . .  i n   a r t
            
a 1954 animated tv commercial still photograph for Gerber's baby foods
a 1954 animated tv commercial for Gerber's baby foods
       
c h i l d r e n . . .  i n   a r t
     
a Pete Hawley illustration, a baby talking on a telephone
a Pete Hawley illustration     click twice
       
c h i l d r e n . . .  i n   a r t
     
Max Klinger image of a drowned boy
Max Klinger art
         
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a Joseph Christian Leyendecker illustration of  the 1910 New Year's baby in a biplane
a Joseph Christian Leyendecker illustration of
the 1910 New Year's baby     click twice
          
c h i l d r e n . . .  i n   a r t
           
illustrated silver 1905 toys for affluent babies silver 1905 toys for affluent babies 
      
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an illustrated design for a 1933 kid's bedroom
a design for a 1933 kid's bedroom      see full size
              
c h i l d r e n . . .  i n   a r t 
     
a Frank Newbould travel poster for Cleethorpes, little girl at the beach
Frank Newbould travel poster art       click twice
     
c h i l d r e n . . .  i n   a r t
      
1901 Secession style architecture, a photograph of brick stairs
1901 Secession style architecture
            
c h i l d r e n . . .  i n   a r t
                 
a Ronald Searle sketch of a new baby
a Ronald Searle sketch:  newborn,  and yanked into the light like a fish on the sand
      
c h i l d r e n . . .  i n   a r t
                
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