This is the December 1941 issue, volume 5, number 10 of American Artist Magazine. This magazine has been one of the best resources for artists seeking inspiration and instruction since 1937. The featured artist in this issue is Maurice Sterne. A photograph of Sterne by Ansel Adams is on the cover. Sterne is interviewed in an article in this issue.
- The Art of Boris Artzybasheff By Ernest W. Watson
- Joseph Margulies Discusses Soft Ground Etching
- The Rebirth of An Ancient Art By Edward Winter
- Recent Trends in Pen Drawing By Arthur L. Guptill
- The Artist Adopts the Camera A Discussion of Equipment by Clarence H. White, Jr. (4th in series of articles)
- Constantin Guys A Little “Old Master” of the 19th Century
- American Artist’s Forecast for 1942
This magazine also contains several black-and-white illustrations and old advertisements by Winsor & Newton, Inc, Strathmore Papers., Koh-I-Noor Pencil Co., Higgins Ink Co., Hurlock Bros. Co., and Watson-Guptill Pubs, Inc.
This softcover magazine is used but in good condition. There is a light fold at the top right corner of the magazine cover and pages. There are a few specs of ink on page 16 and light soil (less than an inch) on page 25 in the margins.
The back cover of this magazine is lightly soiled. This magazine is otherwise clean and complete.
Title: American Artist
Publisher: Watson-Guptill Publications, Inc.
Place: New York
Date of Publication: December 1941
Number of Pages: 40
Dimensions: 8.25 x 11 inches