A vignette style interior illustration by Charles Chambers for an as of yet undetermined American slick magazine, featuring a damsel being rescued from rising waters in a precarious flood zone destination. This style of vignette painting likely had text overlaid in in the final printed version. The white painted expanses upper left and lower right would become part of the story developments and turns, to keep the 1920s magazine reader glued to the adventure and action in the story.
From the Flood
|Artist:||Charles Edward Chambers|
|Medium:||Oil on Canvas|
|Dimensions:||Sight Size 24" x 30"|
|Original Use:||Interior Story Art for American Slick Magazine|
|Price:||S O L D|