A Nude Sea Sprite On A Flying Fish

Artist:Charles Pancoast
Medium:Oil on Ilustration Board
Dimensions:Sight Size 20" x 14" Framed 21 1/2" x 15 1/2"
Original Use:Illustration of Unknown Origin
Price:S O L D
Above: The nude sea sprite
Above: Framed view in period walnut frame
Above: Verso view of old illustration board

A fantastic and phrenetic original art deco era illustration of a nude nymph sea sprite and friends riding a school of flying fish! Original use is unknown; looks like a pulp cover or perhaps an early Science & Invention cover to these eyes.

A defining and whimsical example by the American Artist Charles W. Pancoast, who is credited with illustrating the 1907 edition of BLACK BEAUTY: The Autobiography of a Horse by Dodge Publishing Company, New York.

Above: Detail
Above: The artists signature lower right

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