I have previously posted about Grace Drayton's popular parody of the painting "September Morn" by French artist Paul Chabas. Drayton, best known for her pleasingly plump Campbell Soup Kids, portrayed a pudgy and wide-eyed little Miss Morn, sometimes accompanied by the caption, "Oh! please don't think I'm bad or bold, Cause where it's deep, it's awful cold!" This 6.5 inch tall version of Drayton's bare baby bathing belle is made from excellent bisque and is superbly decorated.
A close up of the face shows the wonderful details of the features, including tiny finely painted eyelashes and highlighted eyes.
On the back of the base is a blurred facsimile of Drayton's signature, "G.G. Drayton." Although otherwise unmarked, it resembles similar pieces by the German company Schafer and Vater.