An unidentified Clown poses next to an unidentified Female Circus Performer signing a photograph. Date on back of photo is May 16, 1946
Circus cutouts for children by C. Durand Chapman, 1913~Photo by Jim Sneed from the Strong National Museum of Play collection
Stein and Goldstein made some of the most beautiful carousel horses. With flowery trappings, large buckles on the saddles and the expressive, large eyes these distinctive and graceful animals are among the most prized by collectors today.
FLYING GALS AND BIRDS. THE HOKEY POKEY MAN AND AN INSANE HAWKER OF FISH BY CONNIE DURAND. AVAILABLE ON AMAZON KINDLE.
This is really cool. I had been trying to create a similar retro circus design, but it did not turn out as neat as this Circus Poster by Nullaufein.deviantart.com on @deviantART
vintage circus poster
Vintage Circus Clown Marionette
by Carrie Rees Images from Tumble Fish Studio kits at DeviantScrap.com