Edward Penfield was an American illustrator in the era known as the Golden Age of American Illustration. He is considered the father of the American poster and is a major figure in the evolution of graphic design. This illustration of a woman driving a wagon to pick up her husband at the train station was on the cover of the August 1894 Harper's Magazine. It was revolutionary for its time, since the common belief was that women were not capable of handling the horse, reins and whip at the same time. From her confident look to her husband's tip of the hat, it's very clear that the woman in the illustration is quite confident of her capabilities. Now in the public domain, the artwork for has been digitally rendered and printed on archival 100% cotton paper.
- Print measures 8" by 8"
- Vintage poster art by Edward Penfield
- Printed with archival inks on acid-free cotton paper
- Shipped in a protective cello sleeve with rigid backing
- Made in USA
- Archival matting sold separately in the Mats for Prints category