Jessie Willcox Smith

Jessie Willcox Smith (September 6, 1863 – May 3, 1935) was an American illustrator during the Golden Age of American illustration. She was considered "one of the greatest pure illustrators". A contributor to books and magazines during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Smith illustrated stories and articles for clients such as ''Century'', ''Collier's'', ''Leslie's Weekly'', ''Harper's'', ''McClure's'', ''Scribners'', and the ''Ladies' Home Journal''. She had an ongoing relationship with ''Good Housekeeping'', which included a long-running Mother Goose series of illustrations and also the creation of all of the ''Good Housekeeping'' covers from December 1917 to 1933. Among the more than 60 books that Smith illustrated were Louisa May Alcott's ''Little Women'' and ''An Old-Fashioned Girl'', Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's ''Evangeline'', and Robert Louis Stevenson's ''A Child's Garden of Verses''. Provided by Wikipedia
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