Our Inventory
TIA's "website" inventory; in fact there are hundreds of quality original pieces available that are not seen here.

Anderson, Victor

Price: $1,450.00

Description: Man gazing at ruins

Comment: If you've spent much time paging through magazines of, say, the 1910's and 1920's, you know that too much of the illustration of foreign locales devolves to the stereotypical depiction of the locals and the, usually, heroic explorer. This piece… though I've never been to Egypt… does not suffer from these shortcomings. A wonderfully appealing picture by someone who, I think, is often given short shrift in the histories of American illustration

Price: $1,450 (+ $80 domestic shipping)


Artist Victor Anderson (1882-1937)
Caption “He went to Egypt and there found exactly what he had dreamed.”
Condition Very good except for a few small scuffs and surface dirt mainly in the sky area, triple-matted and framed. Ready for your wall.
Medium Gouache, watercolor and charcoal on board
Publication Information Story illustration for “Galusha the Magnificent” published in Pictorial Review for May 1921.
Signature Signed lower right
Size 15.25 x 20.5”
Ask about this product