Wednesday, 3 February 2016

Courtship and Romance; the Art of Clarence F. Underwood (1871 - 1929)

Clarence F. Underwood was a US artist and illustrator whose work frequently appeared in newspapers and periodicals of his day, including the Saturday Evening Post. His work featured here deals mainly with romantic themes of courtship and companionship. He died in 1929.



A Skin You Love To Touch - Clarence F Underwood - Feb 1922 Photoplay
By Clarence F. Underwood [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Harper's New Monthly Magazine Volume 109 June to November 1904 (1904) (14782566562)
By various [No restrictions], via Wikimedia Commons

Harper's New Monthly Magazine Volume 109 June to November 1904 (1904) (14782568182)
By various [No restrictions], via Wikimedia Commons

How to Know the Wild Flowers by Clarence F. Underwood
By Clarence F. Underwood [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Love and Six Cylinders, by Clarence F. Underwood
By Clarence F. Underwood (1871-1929) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Love Knots, by Clarence F Underwood
By Clarence F. Underwood (1871-1929) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

The Only Two at the Game by Clarence F Underwood
By Clarence F. Underwood (1871-1929) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Waterproof by Clarence F. Underwood
By Clarence F. Underwood [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

“The Sender of the Orchids” by Clarence F Underwood
By Clarence F. Underwood (1871-1929) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons