Arabella and Araminta
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Arabella and Araminta stories by Gertrude Smith, illustrated by Ethel Reed Art Nouveau Vintage Poster
Ethel Reed was one of the first, if not the first, woman to gain prominence as a graphic designer, at the end of the nineteenth century. As a mostly self-taught artist, she gained a reputation as an illustrator in the Art Nouveau style when she was only eighteen.
Her style was distinctive, albeit rooted in the whiplash-curve sensibility of art nouveau. Many of Reed’s illustrations feature female figures, frequently surrounded by objects and tangled forms that seem full of secret and illicit meanings.
✓ Printed in Berlin at our Atelier.
✓ Made in Germany to Order.
✓ UV-resistant Japanese archival inks, fine art paper, and 100% cotton canvas.
✓ Fast Shipping Worldwide in a protective cardboard tube.
No Frame or Hanging System included.