Father Goose Prints by Denslow
Father Goose Prints
by W. W. Denslow
(United States, 1899)
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Background:

These charming children's prints are from a late 1800s series titled Father Goose based loosely on the verse and pictures found in the Mother Goose stories.

The verses were authored by L. Frank Baum (1856-1919), an American children's author.   During his lifetime he authored over 55 novels and is best known for The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.

The illustrations are by W. W. (William Wallace) Denslow (1856-1915).  Denslow was an editorial cartoonist with a strong interest in politics, and a close collaborator of Baum's in illustrating a number of his works.

In paying tribute to the Mother Goose stories, the author and illustrator note in the introduction "These are newer jingles and pictures for children of to-day, and intended solely to supplement the nursery rhymes of our ancestors."

 

 

Price per print: Print Only:  $40
Matting Charge:  $25
Framing & Matting Charge:  $135
Dimensions: Print Only:  7-1/2 x 9-1/2 inches
Matted:  14 x 16 inches
Type of print: Original color lithograph
(over 100 years old)
Year: 1899

Click on any image to see an enlargement of the print


Father Goose Print (No. 70610001)
Why does the kitten mew?

Father Goose Print (No. 70610002)
Ev'ry Witch on broomstick riding

Father Goose Print (No. 70610003)
The cats they sit upon the fence at night

Father Goose Print (No. 70610004)
Baby found a feather in the hall


Father Goose Print (No. 70610005)
The buzzing, droning bee

Father Goose Print (No. 70610006)
Captain Bing

Father Goose Print (No. 70610007)
I had a dog whose head was red

Father Goose Print (No. 70610008)
Have you seen the Organ Grinder


Father Goose Print (No. 70610009)
An elephant to a city went

Father Goose Print (No. 70610010)
Kitty Klymer had a dress

Father Goose Print (No. 70610011)
The Bossie Cow is big and red

Father Goose Print (No. 70610012)
There was a boy ... who tried to fly a mighty kite


Father Goose Print (No. 70610013)
The Bandit is a handsome man

Father Goose Print (No. 70610014)
These are the cats the babies have

Father Goose Print (No. 70610015)
The Sun Bear dances merrily

Father Goose Print (No. 70610016)
Have you seen Sally Dance the Ostrich Dance?


Father Goose Print (No. 70610017)
A pumpkin in pies we all of us prize

Father Goose Print (No. 70610018)
One Old Cat! Batter's at the bat.

Father Goose Print (No. 70610019)
Tim Jenkins tried a horse to ride

Father Goose Print (No. 70610020)
Hear the babies' serenade: Tink-a-Tink-a-Tink!