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      • ETHEL REED (1876-1912). MISS TRÄUMEREI. 1895. 22x13¾ inches, 56x35 cm. Lamson, Wolffe & Co., Boston.
        Mar. 09, 2023

        ETHEL REED (1876-1912). MISS TRÄUMEREI. 1895. 22x13¾ inches, 56x35 cm. Lamson, Wolffe & Co., Boston.

        Est: $700 - $1,000

        ETHEL REED (1876-1912) MISS TRÄUMEREI. 1895. 22x13 3/4 inches, 56x35 cm. Lamson, Wolffe & Co., Boston. Condition B: water staining in margins, slightly into lower left image; creases and foxing in margins and image. Signed and dated by the artist in ink. Paper. From an early career as a book illustrator, Reed had a meteoric poster design career. In 1895 and 1896, Reed produced some 24 different posters, many of which achieved international acclaim. In May 1896, she went to Europe, designed one more poster, and then completely disappeared from public view. Her posters "favored female figures - if young girls, they are often knowingly naughty - frequently surrounded by either poppies or lilies, which to the fin-de-siècle mind were fraught with secret meanings" (Kiehl p. 191).Kiehl 235, DFP-I 417, Reims 1288, Virginia p. 88, Margolin p. 168, Keay p. 18, Gold 80.

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      • Reed, Ethel (1874-1912) Folly or Saintliness.
        Jul. 15, 2021

        Reed, Ethel (1874-1912) Folly or Saintliness.

        Est: $600 - $900

        Reed, Ethel (1874-1912) Folly or Saintliness. Boston: Lamson Wolffe & Co., Heliotype Printing Co., 1895. Color lithographic poster on paper, matted and framed, 19 1/2 x 14 1/4 in. sight, 26 1/2 x 21 in. overall. Reed's illustration was created to promote the English-language adaptation by Hannah Lynch (1859-1904) of Spanish playwright José Echegaray y Eizaguirre's (1832-1916) O Locura o Santidad. Reed was born in Massachusetts and studied at the Cowles Art School in the 1890s. Her career was short but productive. She illustrated many books and posters to great critical acclaim and died in obscurity in London before turning forty. This poster endures as one of her most memorable images. Additional Images

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      • Ethel Reed IN CHILDHOOD'S COUNTRY Color lithograph
        Jan. 23, 2020

        Ethel Reed IN CHILDHOOD'S COUNTRY Color lithograph

        Est: $700 - $1,000

        Ethel Reed (1876-circa 1925) IN CHILDHOOD'S COUNTRY Color lithograph, 1896, laid on Japan paper, printed by George H. Walker & Co., lithographers, Boston, with good margins, framed. Sheet 25 x 11 1/2 inches C Property from the Estate of a Private Collector

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      • Original 1890s Affiches Etrangeres Print ETHEL REED
        Apr. 16, 2019

        Original 1890s Affiches Etrangeres Print ETHEL REED

        Est: $100 - $300

        Artist: Reed, Ethel 1876 -. Miss Träumerei (Les Affiches Etrangeres). Technique: Lithograph 1897. Size: 12.2 x 8.6 in. (31 x 22 cm). Printer: Chaix, Paris. Condition Details: (A-) small tear in the outer bottom margin, minor browning in the margins. Estimate: 300. Reserve / Starting Price: $100.

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      • RARE Original 1890s Ethel reed Poster MISS TRAUMEREI
        Nov. 03, 2018

        RARE Original 1890s Ethel reed Poster MISS TRAUMEREI

        Est: $500 - $900

        Artist: Reed, Ethel 1876 -. Miss Träumerei. Technique: Lithograph 1895. Size: 22 x 13.7 in. (56 x 35 cm). Printer: Lamson, Wolffe & Co., Boston. Condition Details: (A-) on linen, minimal tears, needle holes and minor staining in the margins, slight surface browning. Estimate: $900. Reserve / Starting Price: $500.

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      • Miss Träumerei. 1895.
        Jun. 26, 2018

        Miss Träumerei. 1895.

        Est: $1,200 - $1,500

        ARTIST: ETHEL REED (1876-?) SIZE: 13 7/8 x 22 in./35.2 x 56 cm PRINTER: Lamson, Wolffe, Boston DESCRIPTION: "Träumerei," or "dreaming," is one of Schumann's beautiful, romantic piano pieces comprising "Scenes from Childhood." Albert Morris Bagby's novel Miss Träumerei: A Weimar Idyl might have been set in Germany, but was written and published exclusively in America. The author is, in fact, better known as a musician than as a writer, having studied under Liszt during the late 1850s. The image itself reflects Reed’s fondness for Japonisme, with its flat areas of simple color and the diagonally-jutting chrysanthemums. (Art Nouveau; Music; Literary)

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      • ETHEL REED (1876-1976) THE QUEST OF THE GOLDEN GIRL (FROM LES MAÎTRES DE L'AFFIC
        Sep. 25, 2017

        ETHEL REED (1876-1976) THE QUEST OF THE GOLDEN GIRL (FROM LES MAÎTRES DE L'AFFIC

        Est: $300 - $500

        Ethel Reed (1876-1976) The Quest of the Golden Girl (from Les Maîtres de L'Affiche), pl. 128 Lithograph in colors 12 x 7-7/8 inches (30.5 x 19.9 cm) (image) Blindstamp of the publisher lower right Printed by Chaix, Paris HID04901242017

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      • RARE Original 1890s Ethel reed Poster MISS TRAUMEREI
        Oct. 15, 2016

        RARE Original 1890s Ethel reed Poster MISS TRAUMEREI

        Est: $500 - $900

        Artist: Reed, Ethel 1876 -. Miss Träumerei. Technique: Lithograph 1895. Size: 22 x 14.1 in. (56 x 36 cm). Printer: Lamson, Wolffe & Co., Boston.

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      • Original 1890s Affiches Etrangeres Print ETHEL REED
        Sep. 14, 2016

        Original 1890s Affiches Etrangeres Print ETHEL REED

        Est: $100 - $300

        Artist: Reed, Ethel 1876 -. Miss Träumerei (Les Affiches Etrangeres). Technique: Lithograph 1897. Size: 12.2 x 8.6 in. (31 x 22 cm). Printer: Chaix, Paris. Condition Details: (A-) minor browning in the margins. Estimate: 300. Starting Bid: 100.

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      • Miss Träumerei. 1895
        Aug. 11, 2016

        Miss Träumerei. 1895

        Est: $1,000 - $1,200

        Artist: ETHEL REED (1876-?) Size: 14 1/8 x 21 7/8 in./35.8 x 55.5 cm

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      • Miss Träumerei. 1895
        Feb. 05, 2016

        Miss Träumerei. 1895

        Est: $1,000 - $1,200

        Artist: ETHEL REED (1876-?) Size: 14 1/8 x 21 7/8 in./36 x 55.5 cm Lamson, Wolffe, Boston Although set in Germany, Miss Träumerei: A Weimar Idyl was written and published only in America. While the plot is not readily known, the title lends much to what the story is probably about: Traumerei not only is the name of a romantic piano piece by Schumann, but when translated means "dreaming." The author is, in fact, better known as a musician than as a writer, having studied under Liszt during the late 1850s. The image itself reflects Reed's fondness for the then-popular Japanese style of printing, with its flat areas of simple color and the diagonally-jutting chrysanthemums.

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      • The Quest of the Golden Girl. 1895
        Jan. 31, 2016

        The Quest of the Golden Girl. 1895

        Est: $1,200 - $1,500

        Artist: ETHEL REED (1876-?) Size: 18 3/4 x 29 5/8 in./47.5 x 75.3 cm Waterlow & Sons, London Written by the English poet Ricahrd Le Gallienne, The Quest of the Golden Girl follows a young man on his search for the perfect woman, and those he meets along the way.

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      • Miss Träumerei. 1895
        Jan. 31, 2016

        Miss Träumerei. 1895

        Est: $1,000 - $1,200

        Artist: ETHEL REED (1876-?) Size: 14 1/8 x 21 7/8 in./36 x 55.5 cm Lamson, Wolffe, Boston Although set in Germany, Miss Träumerei: A Weimar Idyl was written and published only in America. While the plot is not readily known, the title lends much to what the story is probably about: Traumerei not only is the name of a romantic piano piece by Schumann, but when translated means "dreaming." The author is, in fact, better known as a musician than as a writer, having studied under Liszt during the late 1850s. The image itself reflects Reed's fondness for the then-popular Japanese style of printing, with its flat areas of simple color and the diagonally-jutting chrysanthemums.

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      • Folly or Saintliness. 1895
        Jan. 31, 2016

        Folly or Saintliness. 1895

        Est: $800 - $1,000

        Artist: ETHEL REED (1876-?) Size: 15 x 20 1/4 in./38 x 51.4 cm Heliotype, Boston “In a two-year period, Ethel Reed ... emerged from obscurity, blossomed as an artist with an international reputation, and then disappeared completely. ... Sensational though her personal life may have been, Reed had great artistic talent ... Reed designed at least twenty-four posters, many of which rank among the important American posters of the 1890s” (Lauder, p. 191).

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      • ETHEL REED (1876-1912). IS POLITE SOCIETY POLITE / AND OTHER ESSAYS BY MRS. JULIA WARD HOWE. 1895. 17x25 inches, 44x63 cm. Lamson, Wolf
        Aug. 05, 2015

        ETHEL REED (1876-1912). IS POLITE SOCIETY POLITE / AND OTHER ESSAYS BY MRS. JULIA WARD HOWE. 1895. 17x25 inches, 44x63 cm. Lamson, Wolf

        Est: $1,200 - $1,800

        ETHEL REED (1876-1912) IS POLITE SOCIETY POLITE / AND OTHER ESSAYS BY MRS. JULIA WARD HOWE. 1895. 17 1/2x25 inches, 44 1/2x63 1/2 cm. Lamson, Wolffe, & Co., Boston. Condition B+: restored loss in lower left corner; repaired tears at edges, some affecting image creases and restoration in margins and image. Hinged to mat at top edge. Paper. Matted and framed. William Clemens wrote in The Poster, March, 1896, "No production by Miss Ethel Reed has been praised more highly than [this poster] . . . this is a purely decorative piece of work, but well drawn and very effective. It is lithographed on imported handmade paper, red in color, and printed in olive, green and black. It is truly a work of art" (p. 37). Kiehl 240, DFP-I 422, Reims 1286, American Posters no. 85, The American Poster p. 25, Salmagundi p. 25.

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      • Miss Träumerei. 1895
        May. 08, 2015

        Miss Träumerei. 1895

        Est: $800 - $1,000

        Artist: ETHEL REED (1876-?) Size: 14 x 22 in./35.5 x 56 cm Lamson, Wolffe, Boston Although set in Germany, Miss Träumerei: A Weimar Idyl was written and published only in America. While the plot is not readily known, the title itself lends much to what the story is probably about: Traumerei not only is the name of a romantic piano piece by Schumann, but when translated means dreaming. The author is, in fact, better known as a musician than as a writer, having studied under Liszt during the late 1850s, as well as founding the famous Bagby Musical Mornings at the Waldorf Astoria in New York. The image itself reflects Reed's fondness for the then-popular Japanese style of printing, with its flat areas of simple color and the diagonally-jutting chrysanthemums.

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      • Miss Träumerei. 1895
        May. 03, 2015

        Miss Träumerei. 1895

        Est: $800 - $1,000

        Artist: ETHEL REED (1876-?) Size: 14 x 22 in./35.5 x 56 cm Lamson, Wolffe, Boston Although set in Germany, Miss Träumerei: A Weimar Idyl was written and published only in America. While the plot is not readily known, the title itself lends much to what the story is probably about: Traumerei not only is the name of a romantic piano piece by Schumann, but when translated means dreaming. The author is, in fact, better known as a musician than as a writer, having studied under Liszt during the late 1850s, as well as founding the famous Bagby Musical Mornings at the Waldorf Astoria in New York. The image itself reflects Reed's fondness for the then-popular Japanese style of printing, with its flat areas of simple color and the diagonally-jutting chrysanthemums.

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      • ETHEL REED (1876-?). FOLLY OR SAINTLINESS. 1895. 20x15 inches, 51x38 cm. Heliotype Ptg. Co., Boston.
        Feb. 12, 2015

        ETHEL REED (1876-?). FOLLY OR SAINTLINESS. 1895. 20x15 inches, 51x38 cm. Heliotype Ptg. Co., Boston.

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        ETHEL REED (1876-?) FOLLY OR SAINTLINESS. 1895. 20 1/4x15 inches, 51 1/2x38 cm. Heliotype Ptg. Co., Boston. Condition B+: restored losses, repaired tears, creases and abrasions in margins. repaired pin holes in corners. Mounted on Japan. "The work of Ethel Reed stands out for notice and high appreciation, not only because of its great artistic qualities, but because she . . . looks at the world as a gracious moving surface, infinitely shaded; she leaves success to itself, as if the world were a theatre of fairies, an adorable procession of passing impressions" (S.C. de Soissons, The Poster, November 1898). "There is a happy balance between the abstract elements of the pattern and representational details of the design" (The American Poster p. 19). Kiehl 239, DFP-I 421, Reims 1284, Virginia p. 87, Margolin p. 169, Keay p. 18, American Style 38.

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      • Ethel Reed lithographic poster
        Jun. 14, 2014

        Ethel Reed lithographic poster

        Est: $600 - $900

        Ethel Reed- ''Folly or Saintliness''- lithographic poster, 1895, published by Lamson Wolffe and Co., linen backed, some paper loss in corners. 20 1/8 x 15''

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      • Miss Träumerei. 1895
        May. 04, 2014

        Miss Träumerei. 1895

        Est: $800 - $1,000

        Artist: ETHEL REED (1876-?) Size: 14 x 22 in./35.5 x 56 cm Lamson, Wolffe, Boston Although set in Germany, Miss Träumerei: A Weimar Idyl was written and published only in America. While the plot is not readily known, the title itself lends much to what the story is probably about: Traumerei not only is the name of a romantic piano piece by Schumann, but when translated means dreaming. The author is, in fact, better known as a musician than as a writer, having studied under Liszt in Weimar during the late 1850s, as well as founding the famous Bagby Musical Mornings at the Waldorf Astoria in New York. The image itself reflects Reed's fondness for the then-popular Japanese style of printing, with its flat areas of simple color and the diagonally-jutting chrysanthemums.

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      • Ethel Reed (b. 1876): an advertising poster for
        Oct. 05, 2013

        Ethel Reed (b. 1876): an advertising poster for

        Est: £30 - £50

        Ethel Reed (b. 1876): an advertising poster for Miss Traumeres, Albert Morris Bagby's novel, published by Lawson, Wolffe & Co, Boston 1895, 27 by 15cm.

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      • Field Flowers. 1897
        Sep. 06, 2012

        Field Flowers. 1897

        Est: $800 - $1,000

        Artist: ETHEL REED (1876-?) Size: 16 3/4 x 16 5/8 in./42.4 x 42.3 cm The Spectrotype Co, Chicago One of a handful of images created to promote the book of poems Field Flowers, this design came out around the Christmas season.

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      • The New Illustrated Magazine. ca. 1890
        Sep. 06, 2012

        The New Illustrated Magazine. ca. 1890

        Est: $800 - $1,000

        Artist: ETHEL REED (1876-?) Size: 9 7/8 x 14 in./25 x 35.7 cm

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      • Miss Träumerei. 1895
        Sep. 06, 2012

        Miss Träumerei. 1895

        Est: $800 - $1,000

        Artist: ETHEL REED (1876-?) Size: 13 x 21 1/2 in./33 x 54.8 cm Lamson, Wolffe, Boston Although set in Germany, ‘Miss Träumerei: A Weimar Idyl’ was written and published only in America. While the plot is not readily known, the title itself lends much to what the story is probably about: Traumerei not only is the name of a romantic piano piece by Schumann, but when translated means ‘dreaming.’ The author is, in fact, better known as a musician than as a writer, having studied under Liszt in Weimar during the late 1850s, as well as founding the famous Bagby Musical Mornings at the Waldorf Astoria in New York. The image itself reflects Reed’s fondness for the then-popular Japanese style of printing, with its flat areas of simple color and the diagonally-jutting chrysanthemums.

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      • ETHEL REED (1876-?). BOSTON ILLUSTRATED / THE BEST GUIDE TO BOSTON. 1895. 18x12 inches, 47x30 cm.
        Aug. 01, 2012

        ETHEL REED (1876-?). BOSTON ILLUSTRATED / THE BEST GUIDE TO BOSTON. 1895. 18x12 inches, 47x30 cm.

        Est: $400 - $600

        ETHEL REED (1876-?) BOSTON ILLUSTRATED / THE BEST GUIDE TO BOSTON. 1895. 18 3/4x12 inches, 47 1/2x30 1/2 cm. Condition A- / B+: tears at edges; creases in margins and image. Paper. Kiehl, 232 DFP-I 434.

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      • Miss Träumerei.
        Nov. 13, 2011

        Miss Träumerei.

        Est: $1,200 - $1,500

        Although set in Germany, 'Miss Träumerei: A Weimar Idyl' was written and published only in America. While the plot is not readily known, the title itself lends much to what the story is probably about: Traumerei not only is the name of a romantic piano piece by Schumann, but when translated means 'dreaming.' The author is, in fact, better known as a musician than as a writer, having studied under Liszt in Weimar during the late 1850s, as well as founding the famous Bagby Musical Mornings at the Waldorf Astoria in New York. The image itself reflects on Reed's fondness for the then-popular Japanese style of printing, with its flat areas of simple color and the diagonally-jutting chrysanthemums.

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      • ETHEL REED (1876-?). MISS TRÄUMEREI. 1895. 21x13 inches, 54x34 cm. Lamson, Wolffe & Co., Boston.
        Aug. 03, 2011

        ETHEL REED (1876-?). MISS TRÄUMEREI. 1895. 21x13 inches, 54x34 cm. Lamson, Wolffe & Co., Boston.

        Est: $1,200 - $1,800

        ETHEL REED (1876-?) MISS TRÄUMEREI. 1895. 21 1/2x13 1/2 inches, 54 1/2x34 1/4 cm. Lamson, Wolffe & Co., Boston. Condition A / A-: minor creases and abrasions in margins and image; punch holes in top margin; pin-holes in bottom corners. The inherent Japonisme, composition and color of this book advertisement were such that in its time a critic declared, "artistically refined people are in ecstasies [over this poster]" (S. C. de Soissons, The Poster, November, 1898). Her work was exclusively for Lamson, Wolfe & Co. Kiehl 235, DFP I 417, Reims 1288, Virginia p. 88, Maîtres pl. 99, Maîtres 1900 p. 118, Margolin p. 168, Keay p. 18, Gold 80.

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      • POSTER: ETHEL REED (1876-?) - Arabella and Araminta Stories.
        Feb. 13, 2011

        POSTER: ETHEL REED (1876-?) - Arabella and Araminta Stories.

        Est: $1,700 - $2,000

        ETHEL REED (1876-?) - Arabella and Araminta Stories. Reference: Ref: Lauder, 234; PAI-VII, 282 Year: 1895

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      • POSTER: ETHEL REED (1876-?) - Penny Magazine.
        Feb. 13, 2011

        POSTER: ETHEL REED (1876-?) - Penny Magazine.

        Est: $1,200 - $1,500

        ETHEL REED (1876-?) - Penny Magazine. Reference: Ref: DFP-I, 429; Reims, 1289; Margolin, p. 120; PAI-XXXIV, 130 Printer: Hayes Bros., Philadelphia Year: ca. 1896

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      • Poster by Ethel Reed - The Quest of the Golden Girl
        Jun. 06, 2009

        Poster by Ethel Reed - The Quest of the Golden Girl

        Est: €800 - €1,250

        The Quest of the Golden Girl - 48x76, 1895, on japan by Ethel Reed (1876-?)

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      • Boston Sunday Herald, The/Ladies Want It/Feb. 24. 1895.
        May. 04, 2008

        Boston Sunday Herald, The/Ladies Want It/Feb. 24. 1895.

        Est: $600 - $800

        Boston Sunday Herald, The/Ladies Want It/Feb. 24. 1895.Rogers, the British artist and critic, commented in 1901: "Judging by numbers, quality, and general excellence of her work, the name Ethel Reed will suggest itself as the foremost of present-day women posterists. Her success does not rest upon one or two works, but she can claim a long succession of clever designs, executed in a manner both versatile and convincing . . . Here we have a woman seeing things with women's eyes, and translating them into designs at once graceful, full of refined fancy, and exquisite colour" (p. 121). Case in point, this exquisite design for the Boston Sunday Herald, one that not only promotes a publication with a targeted female demographic, but one that reflects an image of women back to the viewer to which they can ideally identify-literate, intelligent and attractive. Who could ask for more? ETHEL REED (1876-?)

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      • Miss Traeumerei. 1895.
        May. 04, 2008

        Miss Traeumerei. 1895.

        Est: $1,700 - $2,000

        Miss Traeumerei. 1895.Since the "Taeumerei" ("Dreaming") of the advertised novel's title refers both to the title of Schumann's romantic piano piece and the heroine's penchant for daydreaming, Reed shows her at the piano in a contemplative mood. The flat areas of color in the design as well as the chrysanthemums jutting up diagonally in the foreground reflect the taste for Japanese style that was characteristic of the period. "The Poster" magazine of November, 1898, declared that "artistically refined people are in ecstasies with. . . 'Miss Traemerei,' a charming combination of black, pale cream and yellow" (p. 201). ETHEL REED (1876-?)

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      • Boston Illustrated/The Best Guide to Boston. 1895.
        May. 04, 2008

        Boston Illustrated/The Best Guide to Boston. 1895.

        Est: $500 - $700

        Boston Illustrated/The Best Guide to Boston. 1895.Reed, a native of Massachusetts, was a prolific book illustrator and cartoonist from the age of eighteen, and the author of some of the best American posters produced between 1895 and 1900. She then apparently married and left to live in England, regrettably disappearing from the poster scene. This advertisement for the "Best Guide to Boston," featuring some of the fairest attractions that the "Athens of America" has to offer, was the most expensive of her posters sold by Smith and Mecane in 1896, presented to the public for the exorbitant price of thirty-five cents. "In August 1895, Reed's design appeared in altered form, welcoming the triennial enclave of the Knights Templar. A knight on horseback replaced Reed's fashionably dressed young lady; the background of State House dome and Common trees remained the same" (Lauder, p. 164). ETHEL REED (1876-?)

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      • Reed Ethel (1876-) The Quest of the Golden Girl
        Dec. 02, 2007

        Reed Ethel (1876-) The Quest of the Golden Girl

        Est: €800 - €1,500

        Reed Ethel (1876-) The Quest of the Golden Girl 48x76, 1895, pr. Waterlow & Sons LTD. London, on japan

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      • ETHEL REED (1876 - ?) MISS TRAUMEREI. 1895.
        Oct. 14, 2004

        ETHEL REED (1876 - ?) MISS TRAUMEREI. 1895.

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        22x14 inches. Lamson, Wolffe & Co., Boston. Condition A: minor darkening along edges. Paper. Reed's biography remains a mystery within the annals of the poster world. From an early career as a book illustrator, she had a meteoric poster design career, in 1895 and 1896, producing some 24 different posters, many of which achieved international acclaim. In May 1896 she went to Europe, designed one more poster, and then completely disappeared from public view. Her posters "favored female figures ?if young girls, they are often knowingly naughty? frequently surrounded by either poppies or lilies, which to the fin-de-siecle mind were fraught with secret meanings." (Kiehl p. 191). The inherent japonisme, composition and color of this book advertisement were such that in its time a critic declared, "artistically refined people are in ecstasies [over this poster.]" (S. C. de Soissons, The Poster, November, 1898). Her work was exclusively for Lamson, Wolfe & Co. Kiehl 235, DFP I 417, Reims 1288, Virginia p. 88, Maitres pl. 99, Maitres 1900 p. 118, Margolin p. 168, Keay p. 18, Gold 80.

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