This is the March 1941 issue, volume 5, number 3 of American Artist Magazine. This magazine has been one of the best resources for artists seeking inspiration and instruction since 1937. This early issue of American Artist magazine features a photograph of artist John S. de Martelly on the cover. Martelly describes his painting methods in an article in this issue.
The following articles are also included:
- Who can Resist Samuel Chamberlain Pictorial Review of “France Will Live Again”
- Printmakers in Berkshire Hay Barn – Ernest W. and Eva A. Watson (1st in Series) By Stephen Lee Renwick
- The Experts Discuss Book Jackets – Report of The American Institute of Graphic Arts’ “Trade Book Clinic”
- The Art Service Looks at the Artist By Edward H. Freedman and Frank Gurrier
- Tempera – Preparation of Typical Tempera Emulsions (3rd in series)
- Typography As A Career (Second in series of three)
- In Plain English Earl Oliver Hurst Talks About Plagiarism
This magazine also contains several black and white illustrations and vintage advertisements by F. Weber Co., Esterbrook Pen Company, and Eaton Paper Corp.
This softcover magazine is used but in good condition. This magazine has a lightly soiled back cover. This magazine is otherwise clean and complete.
Title: American Artist
Publisher: Watson-Guptill Publications, Inc.
Place: New York
Date of Publication: March 1941
Number of Pages: 33
Dimensions: 8.25 x 11 inches