Although scant information exists about the artist himself, we do have a reasonable amount of information about his work. Six total lithographs of similar structure are known. Each is an oval image, well executed, and each fits clearly into the boudoir art genre. Even though each is slightly risque in character, they match the standards of the late 1920’s and early 1930’s. Since they are lithographs, the production of each is in the many thousands. As such, they remain readily available in today’s marketplace. Multiple sizes exist of each lithograph, with 18 x 16 being the largest, and 8 x 10 being the smallest.