This is the April 1944 issue, volume 8, number 4 of American Artist Magazine. This magazine has been one of the best resources for artists seeking inspiration and instruction since 1937. There is a pencil drybrush drawing by Howard Cook on the cover.
- “Rehearsal” By Arthur W. Heintzelman
- A Portfolio of Etchings and Drypoints by Arthur W. Heintzelman
- Louis Bouche
- “Kingston Ferry” – Color Reproduction By Louis Bouche
- Valenti Angelo—No. 2 in a Series on Book Illustrators By Norman Kent
- Martha Sawyers—Commentary By Ernest W. Watson
- Taube’s Amateur Page—Background Treatments in Portrait Painting by Frederic Taubes
This magazine also contains a few color and several black-and-white illustrations, war advertisements by IBM Corporation, Joseph Dixon Crucible Co., and Koh-I-Noor. Advertisements by the following are also included: Esterbrook, X-Acto Crescent Products, Inc., General Pencil Co., Winsor & Newton, Inc., Strathmore Paper Co., Higgins Ink Co., M. Grumbacher, AW. Faber Inc., and F. Weber Co.
This softcover magazine is used but in good condition. There are some spots on pages 10 and 11. The top of page 10 has a small hairline tear. This magazine is otherwise clean and complete.
Title: American Artist
Publisher: Watson-Guptill Publications, Inc.
Place: New York
Date of Publication: February 1944
Number of Pages: 36
Dimensions: 8.5 x 11.5 inches