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1933 Art Deco Gladys Peto Vintage Print Schoolgirl Walks Off Followed By Sister On Her Scooter. Ideal For Framing.

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Art Deco vintage colour print by Gladys Peto entitled "Juliet Called The Others." Retrieved from the 1933 edition of Twilight Stories by Gladys Peto the print shows a shoolgirl walks away from friends followed by her younger sister on a scooter.

Gladys Emma Peto (1890–1977) was an English artist, fashion designer, illustrator and writer of children's books.

Peto was well-known throughout the United Kingdom in the 1920s and '30s. Her obituary, appearing in The Times (London) in 1977, noted that in the '30s it was the "in thing" to wear a Peto dress. Peto's advertising illustrations for infant formula, Ovaltine and many other products were prominently featured in magazines and posters. She illustrated books for children and wrote some of the stories herself.

The print measures 7.5 x 10.5 inches ( 19 x 27 cms.) and is in very good vintage condition. It is ideal for matting and framing.

All my prints are originals and will be shipped in a card based envelope.

This print would make an ideal gift for lovers of Gladys Peto and the Art Deco period.

1933 Art Deco Gladys Peto Vintage Print Schoolgirl Walks Off Followed By Sister On Her Scooter. Ideal For Framing.

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: coated paper, ink
  • Ships worldwide from Alnwick, United Kingdom
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