John R. Neill - Down the sanded walk between the rows of boxwood to the gate - (From Century Magazine; December, 1921)
This pensive illustration, depicting a young woman morosely walking home, was created by American illustrator John R. Neill for Lorna Moon's short story, "Silk Both Sides," which was published in the December, 1921 issue of Century Magazine. It was lovingly scanned at 1200 ppi from the original artifact, and meticulously restored to eliminate age-related imperfections such as fading, scratches, etc.
Enthusiasts of L. Frank Baum's Oz books will especially appreciate this rarely-seen drawing by the foremost illustrator of the Oz series.
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