Saturday Salon: A Favorite Painting or Two.....or Three!
J.C. Leyendecker (1874 - 1951), the splendid German born American Golden Age illustrator was most closely associated with The Saturday Evening Post, a hugely popular and widely read magazine for which he created 322 covers. He originated the New Years Babies in this post. Leyendecker's red cheeked Santas were also a favorite. As were the stylishly chic (and often impossibly handsome) men and women he illustrated for his many clients. There are few artists who painted men in such a highly…
1950s Vintage Advertisement ARROW SHIRTS MEN FASHION ILLUSTRATION 1956 Menswear
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1937 Arrow Ties Ad "What Color Should a Tie Be?"
1937 Arrow Ties Ad "What Color Should a Tie Be?" ~ The full dimensions of the advertisement are approximately 11" x 14". This original vintage advertisement is in excellent condition unless otherwise noted. Cluett Peabody & Company, Inc. once headquartered in Troy, New York was a longtime manufacturer of shirts, detachable shirt cuffs and collars, and related apparel. It is best known for its Arrow brand collars and shirts and the related Arrow Collar Man advertisements (1905 - 1931). It…
Classic Ads: Norman Rockwell, Ad Man | The Saturday Evening Post
Did you know that Norman Rockwell sold everything from socks to insurance? Like most hard-working artists, Rockwell illustrated advertisements.
VINTAGE FASHION AD Mid Century Fashion Art Professional | Etsy
Authentic mid-century design for the home and office. Retro Mid-Century Poster Print. Vintage Advertisement. Retro Ad. Signed and stamped limited edition print handmade in our Montreal studio. This item is a high-quality fine art reproduction of an original 1950s advertisement. In creating this
1961 Arrow Shirt Vintage Ad "Wherever you go"
Description: 1961 ARROW SHIRTS vintage magazine advertisement "Wherever you go" ~ Wherever you go you look better in an Arrow shirt ... New Arrow Dectolene shirt makes all irons antique. Needs no ironing -- not even a little bit! (Photographed for Arrow in the Cotswolds, England. 6 1/2 hours by Pan American Jet Clipper ~ Size: The dimensions of the full-page advertisement are approximately 10.5 inches x 13.5 inches (26.75 cm x 34.25 cm). Condition: This original vintage full-page…
1950 Arrow Shirts Ad Be Sure You're Right Back to | Etsy
Vintage 1950 Arrow Shirts advertisement To be sure you're right - go back to school with Arrow! A sharp dressed university or prep school student is ready for the new semester with a suitcase full of cool Arrow shirts. Check out those snazzy yellow socks and white shoes! Published in August, 1950, this vintage Arrow advertising tear sheet measures 10 x 13.25”. It has bright, fun colors with just a few surface spots and tears. It's perfect for framing. There is just a touch of print…