Antique Framed Original Wwi Propaganda Art Prints - Alfred Pearse (a Patriot)
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Antique Framed Original Wwi Propaganda Art Prints - Alfred Pearse (a Patriot):
Stunning Pair Framed Original WWI Propaganda Art Prints by Listed Artist Alfred Pearse (1956 - 1933)Titled "There's Daddy" & "Back to Those He Loved"signed in the plate lower right.The top left has the wording "Copyrighted and Published by the Globe Fine Art Publishing Company", with a Fleet Street address in London.
Theses prints are from the WWI era and they have Original frames .
A very unique pair of art works,prints are in good vintage condition.
The Frames are overall in good condition see photos of backs, they are old but sturdyFrames 29.5" x 22.5"Prints 23" x 15.5Happy offerdingA little bit of HistoryAlfred Pearse(20 May 1855 – 1933) pseudonym A Patriot was an English cartoonist and campaigner, also . Pearse was a fourth generation artist and son of celebrated decorative artist J.S. Pearse. He studied at West London School of Art and gained numerous prizes for drawing.Pearse designed posters campaigning forwomen's suffrage. He drew a weekly cartoon forVotes for Womenfrom 1909, and was also regularly published inThe Illustrated London News,Boy's Own PaperandPunch. WithLaurence Housman, he set up theSuffrage Atelier. Pearse produced various artworks, cartoons and propaganda related to British efforts inWorld War One.