• Harry Anderson Book

    11 monthes ago - By Gurney Journey

    American illustrator Harry Anderson (1906-1996) is the subject of a new monograph that's now available.
    Anderson was a specialist in painting women, children, and romantic themes for the popular story magazines. He was allergic to oil paint, so he used casein and gouache instead.
    The new book opens with a biography starting with the artist's early struggles during the Great Depression to his adjustment to the collapse of illustrated story magazines in the 1960s.
    The book reproduces both original artwork and tear sheets covering a variety of genres from Anderson's career: story...
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