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This web site is dedicated to

Deco Era Illustrator,

Jennie Harbour

 (1893-1959).


**(FOR YOUR ATTENTION: ALL WRITTEN RESEARCHED INFORMATION ON THIS WEB SITE IS COPYRIGHTED AND THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF THE AUTHOR, ADELE C. GERAGHTY AND CANNOT BE REPRODUCED WITHOUT PERMISSION OF THE AUTHOR.  ANY REPRODUCTION IN ANY FORM MUST BE ACCREDITED TO THE AUTHOR. Contact: Bramwith22@aol.com.)

 
Between 1917 and 1936 she captivated the public with her art, not only in the United Kingdom but also, the United States, Argentina, Canada, Germany, France, Australia, Portugal and Spain. Despite her rise to fame, today there is virtually no record of her life before and after these dates. Due to a recent revival in popularity, her work is becoming more highly sought. The examples of her work you will find here vary in quality, as her work is rare and I have had to glean them from various sources. I've been compiling information about Jennie Harbour for several years, while writing her biography. This website is an offshoot of my research and hopefully, a place where people may share their appreciation of her amazing talent. Any information concerning this enigmatic artist would be very much appreciated, especially from any persons who may have had a personal tie with her in some way. When her biography is ready for publication, I will post the title and necessary information here. Until then, if anyone would like to contribute high resolution jpg. files of her work, please send them to the email listed on this page. I would be happy to add them to this sites gallery pages.  I hope this web site will be a source of enjoyment and enlightenment for Jennie Harbour enthusiasts.  Please feel free to send your thoughts and questions to BRAMWITH22@AOL.COM.  This website is still emerging, so please stop back to see what I will be adding. I hope you will all enjoy the magical work of Miss Jennie Harbour.
 
 ***Please note: You may wish to see a beautiful slideshow of Jennie
Harbour works with musical accompaniment, by using the link below: http://youtu.be/p71EpATgwig
 

                                                           
 

'My Lady's Kerchief' by Raphael Tuck & Sons

'The Golden Mermaid'

from

'The Yellow Fairy Book',

published by David McKay Co., USA.



 

 

 

'THE GIRL WHO TROD ON A LOAF' from Hans Andersen's Stories,
Published 1934 by Raphael Tuck & Sons.


  
 

 
 
 

'Olivia and Viola' 
from
Shakespeare's 'Twelfth Night'
By Raphael Tuck & Sons



'A Walk Down The Mall'
Decorative Print produced by
Raphael Tuck and Sons, UK.



Portion of 'Come My Children' 
from
'My Book of Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes',
Raphael Tuck & Co.