A note about 99 Cent Images: Same 300 dpi high resolution, but it may be available for a limited time only. If the original postcard is for sale, I will remove the digital version when it's sold.
I call her the lady with the cat, but the actual title is "Etude de Jeune Fille." (Study of a Young Girl) by Charles Chaplin (not to be confused with the famous film star). If you are a fan of Chaplin's (1825 – 1891), you no doubt recognize her as the same girl in "Her Favorite Dog." The American artist Mary Cassatt, the French artist Louise Abbéma and the English artist Louise Jopling were among Chaplin's students. Chaplin was one of Napoleon III and Empress Eugénie’s favourite court artists. He was a famous artists in his day and he died a wealthy man; he is buried in the Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris.
Ironically, his popularity faded. When one of his paintings sold at auction in 1922 for a relatively high sum for an "obscure" artist, it was found out, much to the chagrin of the buyer, that the artist was not the famous silent fim star Charlie Chaplin!
300 dpi at about 3.5 by 5.5 inches (typical antique postcard size).
You'll receive an email with a link to the download (without the watermarks, of course!). It's easy peasy!
This image CANNOT be resold digitally or in college sheets. With your purchase, you agree to these terms and you agree to NOT 'share' this image with friends:)
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