This is the May 1945 issue, Volume 9, Number 5 of American Artist Magazine. This magazine has been one of the best resources for artists seeking inspiration and instruction since 1937. There is a pen and ink drawing by Julien Binford on the cover.
- Vera Bock—Designer No. 7 in a Series on Book Illustrations by Norman Kent
- Two Painters—Roy Brown & Marsden Hartley by Ernest W. Watson
- “The Little French Port” Color Reprduction by Roy Brown
- “Mt. Katahdin, Autumn” Color reproduction by Marsden Hartley
- Walter Biggs, Painter-Illustrator—An Interview by Stephen Lee Renwick
- Taubes’ Page—Questions and Answers
- O’Hara’s Amateur Page by Eliot O’Hara
- Conservation and the Artist by William Clayton Pryor
There are a few color and several black-and-white illustrations included in this issue. This magazine contains advertisements by the following: Delta Brush Manufacturing Corp., Blaisdell Pencil Company, X-Acto Crescent Products Co., Higgins Ink Co., General Pencil Co., The Rosenthal Co., Talens & Son, Strathmore Artist Papers & Boards, Hunt Pen Co., Inc., Winsor & Newton Inc., F. Weber Co., M. Grumbacher, and the Esterbrook Pen Co.
This softcover magazine is used but in good condition. There is light spotting on the front cover along the edge. This magazine is otherwise clean and complete.
Title: American Artist
Publisher: Watson-Guptill Publications, Inc.
Place: New York
Date of Publication: May 1945
Number of Pages: 36
Dimensions: 8.5 x 11.5 inches