Winifred Wimbush (1884-1958) came from a family of artists. She was the daughter of Henry Wimbush (1858-1943) who usually signed his work as H B or Henry B Wimbush and sister of Olive (1901-1985) who was also an artist.
The picture above entitled "Guernsey Flower Girl" is said to be of Winifred aged about 16-18 years old, as painted by her father Henry B Wimbush.
Winifred's art appeared on Tuck postcards in the early 1900s, around & during World War I.
You can see more of her art work here Wimbush, Winifred
Skating On Thin Ice Sporting Girls, set number 3603,
artist Winifred Wimbush
Panorama of Cairo from Mokkatam Egypt signed by A Z Franke litho postcard. Available on eBay http://ebay.to/28Vr6CZ
Dressed Chicks Kucken Sport Rowing Chicks no 861 artist Fialkowska Tuck postcard - love how the reserve rower gets to take it easy while everyone else is working. From the Tuck DB website.
April Fools French Poisson d'Avril Coquettes Head 1er Avril Qui Vous l'Envoi set no 404 artists CA Tuck postcard
April Fools French Poisson d'Avril 1er Avril Qui Vous l'Envoi set no 404 artist signed intials C. A. Tuck postcard
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The railroad art of artist Howard Fogg recording the trains on the P&LE and New York Central railroads with the industry they served along the way. http://ebay.to/1HWoVrd
Trunks Full of Fun - Jolly Days - Elephants - Artist W H Ellam - number 9684 - 1913 postcard
The Postcard Depot - the home of vintage postcards online.