Art Poster File [1890]-1910, (bulk 1895-1896)


Art Poster File, [1890]-1910, (bulk 1895-1896)

Art Poster File [1890]-1910, (bulk 1895-1896)

The Art Posters include advertisements for books, magazines, and newspapers

0.42 Linear feet; (612 posters)

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Edwards, George Wharton, 1859-1950 (person)

American impressionist painter and illustrator. From the description of George Wharton Edwards letter to Mr. Russell [manuscript], 1903 Jun 19 (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 174964747 Portrait painter and muralist. From the description of Guest books, 1899, 1903-1908. (New York University, Group Batchload). WorldCat record id: 58663831 Painter, illustrator; Greenwich, Ct. From the description of George Wharton Edwards letter an...

Scribner's magazine (person)

Prang's chromo (person)

Century company, publisher. (corporateBody)

Murphy, Nelly Littlehale (person)

Born 1867, died ca. 1942. Painter, illustrator, and etcher, noted for her watercolor paintings of landscapes and flowers. Lived and exhibited in the Massachusetts area. Nellie Littlehale married Herman Daniel Umbstaetter in 1893. In 1916, she married again, to painter Hermann Dudley Murphy. From the description of Nelly Littlehale Murphy papers, 1846-1945. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122557268 ...

Gunn, Archie, b. 1863 (person)

Gibson, Charles Dana, 1867-1944 (person)

American artist and illustrator. From the description of Autograph letter signed : New York, to Small, Maynard & Co., [n.d.]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 269577087 Charles Dana Gibson was an American graphic artist, noted for his creation of the "Gibson Girl", an iconic representation of the beautiful and independent American woman at the turn of the 20th century. Gibson owned a 700-acre estate in Islesboro, Me., where he and his wife spent an increasing amount of tim...

Bachelor of Arts, publisher (corporateBody)

Cosmopolitan, publisher (corporateBody)

Godey's magazine (person)

J.B. Lippincott Company, publisher (corporateBody)

The Chap-book (person)

The Sun (person)

Henslow, W. W. (William Wallace), 1856-1915 (person)

Philadelphia press (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1880) (person)

McManus, Blanche, 1869-1935 (person)

Leyendecker, J. C. (Joseph Christian), 1874-1951 (person)

Hazenplug, Frank, 1874-1931 (person)

Watson, Hy S. (Henry Summer), 1868-1933 (person)

Chambers, Robert W. (Robert William), 1865-1933 (person)

Artist and illustrator; author of romance fiction and military articles and sketches. From the description of An International Affair, undated. (University of Arizona). WorldCat record id: 30676537 Popular New York romance and historical fiction writer; most productive period between 1890 and 1930. From the description of Papers, 1885-1933, 1890-1930 (bulk) (Colgate University). WorldCat record id: 31626943 Novelist and artist. From the descr...

Bearings, publisher (corporateBody)

Charles Scribner's Sons, publisher (corporateBody)

St. Nicholas (New York, N. Y.) (person)

Haskell, Ernest, 1876-1925 (person)

Painter, etcher, lithographer, illustrator, writer. Born in Connecticut; worked in art department of NEW YORK AMERICAN. Studied in Paris, returned to New York, created caricatures and posters. Famous for portrait of Joan and Jock Whitney. Settled in Maine. From the description of Ernest Haskell papers, 1892-1976. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79271705 ...

Carqueville, William L., 1871-1946 (person)

Outing, 1885 (person)

Cox, Charles A., artist (person)

The Bookman, publisher (corporateBody)

Illustrated American (person)

Vanity fair (New York, N. Y.) (person)

Peterson magazine (person)

To Date (person)

Baker & Godwin, printer (corporateBody)

Bird, Elisha Brown, 1867-1943, (person)

New York Sunday journal (person)

Beardsley, Aubrey, 1872-1898 (person)

Illustrator and art editor of The Yellow Book. From the description of Collection, 1893-1959, (bulk 1893-98 and 1943-59). (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 122617113 Aubrey Beardsley was an innovative and influential English illustrator and author who helped inspire the Art Nouveau movement. He displayed remarkable talent for drawing and music as a child; later, while working as a clerk, he sold a short story,...

Reed, Ethel, artist (person)

Dow, Arthur W. (Arthur Wesley), 1857-1922 (person)

Dow was born in 1857 in Ipswich, MA; received a classical education under private instruction; studied art in Boston and in Paris, as a student of Boulanger and Lefebvre; his pictures were exhibited in Paris in 1886-87, where he won an honorable mention in 1889; won medal at the Buffalo Exposition; became curator of Japanese art at the Eastern Museum of Fine Arts, instructor of art at the Pratt Institute (1895-1904), instructor of composition at the Art Students' League in NY (1897-1903), direct...

Wright, Charles Hubbard, artist (person)

Kendall, William Sergeant, 1869-1938 (person)

Artist, active in New York City and elsewhere in the eastern United States, primarily known for his paintings of children. From the description of William Sergeant Kendall papers, 1881-1938. (New York University, Group Batchload). WorldCat record id: 58779214 Painter. Kendall studied at the Art Students League, with Thomas Eakins in Philadelphia, and in Paris with Oliver Merson at the Ecole des Beaux Arts and became a National Academician in his earl...

Black cat (person)

New York times (person)

The Echo, publisher (corporateBody)

Atlantic Monthly Press, publisher (corporateBody)

Scotson-Clark, G. F. (George Frederick), 1872-1927 (person)

New York herald tribune (person)

Young ladies' journal (American ed.) (person)

Harper & Brothers, publisher. (corporateBody)

Recreation (person)

McClure's magazine (person)

New York world (New York, N. Y. : 1861) (person)

Lippincott's magazine (person)

Century magazine (person)

Penfield, Edward, 1866-1925 (person)

American illustrator. From the description of Letter, 1900. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 78052418 ...

Harper's magazine (person)

Rhead, Louis, 1857-1926 (person)

Rhead was born in England and emigrated to New York where he spent most of his career. From the description of Drawings for book illustrations, ca. 1890-1926. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 83570958 From the guide to the Drawings for book illustrations, ca. 1890-ca. 1926., (Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) English artist in America. From the description of Autograph letters signed (3) and telegram : Flatbush, to m...

Bradley, Will, 1868-1962 (person)

Illustrator and writer; South Pasedena, Calif. Born in Boston, Mass.; full name is William H. Bradley. From the description of Will Bradley papers, 1882-1962. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 82380142 Bradley, born in Boston, was a designer and illustrator of posters and book and magazine covers. He started his own press and magazine in 1895. He became an art editor for numerous magazines and wrote and directed motion pictures. From the description of Letters, manu...

Brill, George Reiter, 1867-1918, (person)

Gould, Joseph J., artist (person)

Dixon, Maynard, 1875-1946 (person)

Mural painter (San Francisco, Calif.). From the description of Maynard Dixon papers, 1891-1974. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122565534 Maynard Dixon (1875-1946) was one of the premier illustrators, painters, and muralists of his time, concentrating largely on the Indians and deserts of the Southwest. From the description of Maynard Dixon ephemera. (California State Library). WorldCat record id: 156976998 California artist. From the descript...

Flagg, James Montgomery, 1877-1960 (person)

James Montgomery Flagg (b. June 18, 1877, Pelham Manor, N.Y.-d. May 27, 1960, New York City), American artist and illustrator, worked in media ranging from fine art painting to cartooning. He is best remembered for political posters, such as the Uncle Sam recruitment poster. From the description of Flagg, James Montgomery, 1877-1960 (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration). naId: 10568600 American artist and illustrator. From the description of Sketch ...

Parrish, Maxfield, 1870-1966 (person)

Frederick Parrish was born July 25, 1870 in Philadelphia, PA. He later took a family name, Maxfield, as his middle name. He was an illustrator and commercial artist who designed his first magazine cover for Harper's Weekly in April, 1895. Following that he did pictures and posters for other popular periodicals. His works also became familiar to the public through his illustrations for calendars and advertisements. He was noted for his use of rich colors, especially the shade of blue named for hi...