This excited lady at the opera is the postcard version of the March 1894 front cover of Figaro Illustrated. It is by Dutch artist Frederick Kaemmerer (1839-1902). Her exuberance is contagious! Don't you feel happy and ready to celebrate just from looking at her:) I call her the Confetti Lady. There is indeed little confetti dots and dashes in this artwork but mostly it is the swirling streamers that catch our eye. Perhaps you'll want to add your own colorful confetti? Party invite. Graduation event. So many uses for this happy lady! Mailed in Paris in 1901. This is a rare postcard from a collection formerly owned by a Polish count, Benedict Tyszkiewicz, a well-known art patron who made Paris his home. I'm rather proud to have it in my personal collection now:)
Please note that this scan is 450 dpi, perfect for creating 5x7 greeting cards!
Embedded copyright. This scan is for COMMERCIAL use in PRINT form only. Commission- and royalty-free.
This image CANNOT be resold digitally or in collage sheets. With your purchase, you agree to these terms and you agree to NOT 'share' this image with friends:)
ALSO available and listed separately; use 'confetti' in the word search box:
Personal Use version with French script at bottom
1200 dpi Version (can be printed wall art/poster size up to around 24 inches wide or so; commercial or personal use)
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