A common hobby in the early 1900's was learning to draw or paint. Many young artists would learn by
copying or doing their own rendition of a popular artist works. Below is an example of this, luckily the
artist would either sign or add their initials. But beware they may not always have done so!
|The Philip Boileau Collectors' Society
|1913 Advertising Print
The first ever checklist with photo's!
This is a work in progress and
contains images from all sources;
books, magazines, newspaper articles
and the hundreds of collectors who
have sent pictures of their art
This 48 page, 8.5 x 11 inch, spiral
bound volume lists 412 images and
contains over 375 photo's!
The cost for this book is $25, plus
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The copy of a rendition of the
original Boileau. Notice the
signature which is totally different
than the original Boileau on the right.
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|1907 image for Premo Cameras catalog
Earlier version of the 1906 Suzanne?
|A Young Beauty 1906
also known as - The American Girl
This is an original Boileau, titled,
"The Violet Girl"
This is one of a set of three images done
for Swift's Premium Co. and are so well
done that they look like original pastels.
This image was a favorite of Boileau's and was
copyrighted twice, 1903 & 1905. She also has
three names, comes in two color variations
and three sizes. She was a popular wedding
gift in the early 1900's. She was mass
produced in 1905 by the artist in the
thousands. In the last ten years, I have
received hundreds of inquiries about here.
She is also known as, "The Banner Girl", "Eva"
and may also have other names.