Seven Happy Days 1914

I have fallen hard and fast in love with The Studio, a British magazine which presented art from the whole world on a monthly basis, from 1893 to 1964. The following pages are from 1914, and were a special supplement, drawn by Jessie M. King. I adore the lightness of these drawings, and think they would look wonderful framed as a series:

Wings of Whimsy: Seven Happy Days 1914 #freebie #printable #ephemera #international #studio



Wings of Whimsy: Seven Happy Days 1914 #freebie #printable #ephemera #international #studio


BUTTERFLIES ALL BLUE:Wings of Whimsy: Seven Happy Days 1914 #freebie #printable #ephemera #international #studio


THE SEA VOICES:Wings of Whimsy: Seven Happy Days 1914 #freebie #printable #ephemera #international #studio


THE LAMBS PLAY ALWAYS:Wings of Whimsy: Seven Happy Days 1914 #freebie #printable #ephemera #international #studio


LOVE’S GOLDEN DREAM:Wings of Whimsy: Seven Happy Days 1914 #freebie #printable #ephemera #international #studio


I PRAY YOU HEAR MY SONG OF A NEST:Wings of Whimsy: Seven Happy Days 1914 #freebie #printable #ephemera #international #studio


THE GARDEN:Wings of Whimsy: Seven Happy Days 1914 #freebie #printable #ephemera #international #studio

I have worked on these pages to enhance the contrast and colors. I left the edges unaltered, for you to crop and adjust to your liking.

As such, these altered files are copyrighted by me, but free for your personal use and enjoyment. Go to the download folder below to grab your high quality copies 🙂

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I have used elements from the following source for these desings:

The International Studio Vol. 51 (1913/1914) – archive.org

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3 thoughts on “Seven Happy Days 1914

  1. Thank you for sharing these beautiful works of art. Jessie M King was one of the Glasgow Girls who were a little less well known than the Glasgow Boys I have been to see many of her and the others stunning full sized art pieces at the Glasgow Art Galleries which was utterly stunning. Being a Glasgow girl ( by birth) these works and many more fill me with pride. Loved seeing them

  2. Oh thank you so very much for these lovely, stunning images! Such delicate beauty! What a treasure! I appreciate your posts so much! Thank you! Have a beautiful Spring day! Denise Parker

    Date: Tue, 23 Feb 2016 17:02:41 +0000 To: lovenbandaids@hotmail.com

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