This is the November 1944 issue, volume 8, number 9 of American Artist Magazine. This magazine has been one of the best resources for artists seeking inspiration and instruction since 1937. There is a copy of a pen and wash drawing by Robert Philipp on the cover.
- The Drawings of Robert Philipp
- “Seated Nude” a color reproduction Oil Painting by Robert Philipp
- Emil Ganso: Master Technician by Norman Kent
- Paul Smith: Functionalist by Bertrand G. Zadig
- Warren Chappell—Pen Draughtsman No. 4 in a Series on Book Illustrators by Norman Kent
- O’Hara’s Amateur Page No. 5 in a Series on Watercolor by Eliot O’Hara
- Taubes’ Page—The Art Critic’s Foibles
- Can Artists Make A Living? By George Biddle
- Allen Lewis Illustrates Poems of Longfellow
- A Fragrant Memory Revived by Norman Kent
This magazine contains a few color and several black-and-white illustrations. There are advertisements by the following: F. Weber Co., Hurlock Bros., Talens & Son, Joseph Dixon Crucible Co., Watson-Guptill Publications, Inc., Strathmore Artist Papers & Boards, X-acto Crescent Products Co., Inc., Higgins Ink Co., AW. Faber,Inc., General Pencil Co., M. Grumbacher and the Esterbrook Pen Co.
This softcover magazine is used but in very good condition. This magazine is clean and complete.
Title: American Artist
Publisher: Watson-Guptill Publications, Inc.
Place: New York
Date of Publication: November 1944
Number of Pages: 40
Dimensions: 8.5 x 11.5 inches