My original postcard was mailed in 1902. This is a M.M. Vienne design. Max Munk (1900-1917)
of Vienna, Austria, was very much a part of the postcard publishing scene at the turn of the century. His company's illustrations of holidays and women are well known. I have colorized and altered my version with the FrenchKissed touch:) In the second photo, you'll have an idea of what the original card looks like. If you'd like to play and create your own color scheme, you might prefer that version. It is listed separately. Initially, I was going to make my lady a blonde but one thing lead to another and I went for the white-wig Marie Antoinette style. Very dramatic!
Embedded copyright. This scan is for PERSONAL use only. Use it to make art for yourself or family and friends, use in art swaps and contests.
This image CANNOT be sold in printed or digital format. With your purchase, you agree to these terms and you agree to NOT 'share' this image with friends:)
Photo No. 2: 300 dpi at about 3.5 by 5.5 inches (typical antique postcard size).
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