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Tom Lovell (American, 1909-1997)


Birth Place: New York City (New York state, United States)

Tom Lovell called himself "a storyteller with a brush," a description appropriate for an artist who spent over five decades capturing the sweep of American history on canvas and paper. Born in New York City in 1909 and educated at Syracuse University, Lovell began earning his living as an illustrator while still in college. After graduating in 1931, he launched a successful freelance career as a magazine and book illustrator that stretched over forty years. His work appeared in all of the leading publications of the day including Life, McCall’s, Saturday Evening Post, and Collier's. He was called on to depict a wide range of subjects from contemporary life to ancient history, but his favorite subject - and the one that he would eventually devote himself to on a full time basis - was the history of the American West. Within that context, he was particularly fascinated with the history and culture of North American Indians.

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