Vintage Life Magazine from February 12, 1914. The cover features a Gibson stylized girl who is in her painting smock. She's just finished an portrait of "YOU" . The cover is titled, “Art wins the heart,” and was drawn by Paul Goold.
This is a Valentine's edition and features articles on love and romance as well as full page cartoons by Bayard Jones, Rodney Thomson and Fred G. Cooper. There is a center spread by Albert Blashfield entitled "The biggest army in the World" depicting all the people of the world being led by the Life Magazine cherub.
This edition features beautiful full color advertising for Vogue magazine, The Stevens-Duryea car on the inside front cover and a Leyendecker ad for The Pierce-Arrow Car on the back cover. There are other amazing vintage advertisements throughout.
This vintage magazine is in very good condition with a very small chip out of the top right corner which does not effect any text and would be covered by any frame. There is also a light on the center of the cover.
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