Available is an illustration by Margaret Mounier. Here is a short bio. Margaret (or Marguerite Mounier, called Maggy Monier), (1887-1965), is a painter and illustrator French. She realized including postcards art deco. She has exhibited in 1925 at the G-L gallery Manuel brothers in 1926 at the Salon des Indépendants in 1927. It primarily illustrated for Nilsson editions. Below is a list of some of her illustrations. • Legends of the East and West of Édouard Schuré, watercolors, Librairie Nilsson, nd (1922 • The Flowers of Evil of Baudelaire, watercolors, Librairie Nilsson, sd • Carmen by Prosper Mérimée, watercolors, Librairie Nilsson (1928) • Travel around my bedroom. Nocturnal expedition. The Leper of the city of Aosta Xavier de Maistre, Nilsson (1930) • The Barber of Seville - The Guilty Mother de Beaumarchais, Paris, Librairie Gründ (1935), illustrated cover • Jean Paul Arena of Figs, color illustrations, Literary Publishing France, undated (925 copies) • The Bath of ancient times to the present day, Paris, Les Belles Collections. sd (1930), illustrated with 32 watercolors.
We are not sure which book this water color was taken from. The watercolor is on parchment paper and was a page in a book. The watercolor measures approximately 6 by 7 inches and is in a mat measuring 9 1/4 by 12 3/4 inches. The watercolor is in good condition with no tears or stains.