A copyright date of 1903 appears on this Victorian print by Henry Hutt titled "Till Death Do Us Part" and features a romantic scene--perhaps a proposal. (A nice Valentine gift for the engaged.) This double sided lithograph originally appeared in a publication entitled: The Henry Hutt Picture Book; 1908 and is in Excellent Condition. The book plate measures 8 3/4" x 11" of glossy heavy stock and is suitable for framing in an 8" x 10" frame.
The reverse side of the litho offers a colored book plate also by Henry Hutt entitled: "Doubt." This colored print bears a copyright of 1905 and portrays a glamorous woman deep in thought with a troubled appearance. A light red rope sash around the woman's waist is the only color in the portrait except for the red chair behind her. This book plate is also ready to be framed!
Brief History... Henry Hutt, (1875 to 1950) was a prolific American Artist and Illustrator whose artistic works very often included portrayals of glamorous women much like those of Charles Gibson's "Gibson Girls.' Hutt illustrated numerous books and magazines ( including Life Magazine and The Saturday Evening Post)
You may wish to see other Henry Hutt prints in this shop.
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