Cinderella and Her Prince

Sarah Noble Ives, “At the Ball,” from Cinderella. Watercolor, gouache, pen and ink, ca. 1912.

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Sarah Noble Ives was among the first generation of women artists to become prominent picture book illustrators.  Like other women working in a male dominated occupation, Ives did not always use her first name, frequently signing her work, “Noble Ives.” AAS holds a set of watercolors painted by Ives for a version of Cinderella, including this exquisite composition of a bejeweled Cinderella in an Art Nouveau gown sharing a private moment with an attentive Prince.

Adopted by Scarlett Victoria Hoey and Robert Andrew Hummel

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