Mother Baby Child Early 1900s Lithograph to FrameMother Baby Child Early 1900s Lithograph to FrameMother Baby Child Early 1900s Lithograph to FrameMother Baby Child Early 1900s Lithograph to Frame

What is Home Without A Mother is the title of this early 1900s lithograph published by the Wilson Chemical Co. of Tyrone Pa. It is about 20" x 16" and shows a mother rocking her infant with baby sister or brother standing by with a toy rattle for the baby. Note the lovely furnishings! Such serenity!! There is a bit of edge wear which can be hidden by a frame. Be sure to see other wonderful lithographs I have listed from this same era. Litho will be shipped gently rolled.

My research on the Wilson Chemical Co adds the following: "The company recruited its sales force through magazine ads. In a unique marketing campaign, each customer who bought a one-ounce tin of Cloverine also received a four-color lithograph. The Wilson family commissioned artists to produce the paintings, many unsigned, exclusively for the company. The prints could only be acquired from the Wilson Company. The prints were produced in the company's print shop in Tyrone. Popular topics were animals, children, women, nature and religious images."

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Mother Baby Child Early 1900s Lithograph to Frame

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