Rare Original Signed Illustration Painting Alice Luella Fidler Poster Art 1910s

Rare Original Signed Illustration Painting Alice Luella Fidler Poster Art 1910s
Rare Original Signed Illustration Painting Alice Luella Fidler Poster Art 1910s
Rare Original Signed Illustration Painting Alice Luella Fidler Poster Art 1910s
Rare Original Signed Illustration Painting Alice Luella Fidler Poster Art 1910s
Rare Original Signed Illustration Painting Alice Luella Fidler Poster Art 1910s
Rare Original Signed Illustration Painting Alice Luella Fidler Poster Art 1910s
Rare Original Signed Illustration Painting Alice Luella Fidler Poster Art 1910s
Rare Original Signed Illustration Painting Alice Luella Fidler Poster Art 1910s
Rare Original Signed Illustration Painting Alice Luella Fidler Poster Art 1910s
Rare Original Signed Illustration Painting Alice Luella Fidler Poster Art 1910s

Rare Original Signed Illustration Painting Alice Luella Fidler Poster Art 1910s
Here is a rare original signed illustration painting of a young woman considering her beaus from the 1910s by. In the early 20th century, sisters Alice Luella Fidler Person, Pearle Eugenia Fidler LeMunyan, and Elsie Catherine Fidler created drawings of beautiful girls and women for postcards and posters. Glamour Girl, American Girl, and College Lad and Lassie were three postcard series from these illustrators. Most of their drawings were published as postcards.

Larger Fidler illustrations, like this original, apparently were produced as color posters. Edward Gross of New York, Ullman Manufacturing Company of New York, and Decorative Poster Company of Cincinnati are known publishers of the Fidlers' work. The Fidler family moved to Romulus, New York, about 1877 and then to Geneva, New York, in 1891.

They resided at 214 Lewis Street in 1905 when their father, Charles E. 1853 died and was buried in Glenwood cemetery. Fidler, nee Bardell born ca. 1859, died in 1913 and was buried in the same graveyard. There were four daughters in the family, with the oldest named Jessie M.

Fidler, and one son named Charles F. Three of the daughters married at least once with Jessie's married name being Jessie M. In 1905 all still resided in Geneva, New York.

Apparently Elsie stayed in Geneva until around 1920. 1877; Pearl Eugenia, 1880; Alice Luella, 1883; Charles F. 1885; and Elsie Catherine, 1892. The item "Rare Original Signed Illustration Painting Alice Luella Fidler Poster Art 1910s" is in sale since Monday, June 15, 2020. This item is in the category "Art\Paintings".

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Rare Original Signed Illustration Painting Alice Luella Fidler Poster Art 1910s