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Clarence Underwoodartist • painter • watercolourist • draughtsmanJamestown (Verenigde Staten) 1871-1929 New York

biography of 'Clarence' Frederick Underwood

The American artist Clarence Underwood was a famous illustrator of magazines such as Harpers, the Saturday Evening Post and Ladies World Magazine. He was educated at the Art Students League in New York and then moved to Paris to study at the Académie Julian (1896). At the turn of the century, he returned to New York. There he became a successful designer of illustrations for magazines, covers, books, postcards and advertisements. His illustrations are usually romantically charged depictions of beautiful young women and their enamored husbands. During World War II, he also used his talent for the Preparedness Movement and propaganda for the War Department and the Red Cross. Meer over deze brontekstBrontekst vereist voor aanvullende vertaalinformatie Feedback sturen Zijvensters

for salewatercolours and drawings by Clarence Underwood

Clarence Underwood | Gentleman and housemaid, gouache on board, 76.0 x 55.3 cm, signed l.r.

Clarence Underwood

watercolour • drawing • for sale

Gentleman and housemaid

Clarence Underwood | A shocking message, gouache on board, 75.3 x 55.7 cm, painted ca. 1915

Clarence Underwood

watercolour • drawing • for sale

A shocking message

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