Advertisement -- Orson Lowell: exhibition and sale of life drawings
Lowell, Orson Bryan. (1871-1956)
Periodicals -- Illustrations.
Advertising, Magazine -- United States -- History.
Small advertisement, approximately 3 x 5 inches, for a January 1912 exhibition and sale of life drawings by Orson Lowell, in Atlanta, Georgia.
Orson Bryan Lowell was the son of landscape painter Milton Lowell. His artist father encouraged him to "draw something every day". He trained at the Art Institute of Chicago. Life Magazine hired him as a contributor in 1907. He also contributed pen and ink cartoons and color covers to American Girl, American Boy, Judge, Puck, and other magazines. He was in demand as a book illustrator and did some poster art as well. His humorous cartoons captured the social climate of the day. He had a long association with Life Magazine.
Volume 59, number 1524, page 138.
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9 1/2 x 11 inches
Print on paper
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