The Saturday Evening Post, he was the highest paid American artist of the early 20th century. Bradley’s 1894 lithograph The Chap-Book (Blue Lady) relies on the stark use of the silhouette for dramatic effect, balancing the flat blue and black areas of the woman’s clothing with carefully arranged branches. The dramatic slash of white across the top creates a connection between the frozen lake and the woman’s profile, while the skates break up the expanse of blue. Bradley creates a brittle effect by outlining the shapes with white, allowing the color of the paper to function effectively as a design element. Th"> The Chap-Book (Blue Lady) Poster — Will H. Bradley - Brandywine Museum Shop