It says under the matting in typemachine print: "Nasturtiums" serie S. Maybe the print is originally English because a Dutch printer in those days would have called it "Oost-Indische kers" (East-Indian Cress). Its colors are still great and stylish it resembles ofcourse John Thorpe Hall and Thomas Todd Blaylock very much.
To my suprise not long after, these two prints, both "Supplement to Modern Home 1933" showed up. In England.
On the back instructions are written in pencil to "block out RAM lower right". And indeed you can find these initials(?) blocked out in both prints.
I can not find anything on the Magazine nor any mentioning to these two prints. Like the first one the maker(s) have obviously been inspired by Blaylock and Thorpe-Hall. To their style or to their succes. I haven't a clue to whom the initials R.A.M. belonged.
If there is any one who knows more about these prints or do know of more like them, please ......etc.