"The Most Of John Held Jr." 1972 CONNELLY, Marc [foreword by]

CONNELLY, Marc [foreword by]

[144] pp.

The Stephen Greene Press


12" x 9 1/4"

A monograph on the illustrative work of John Held Jr. Held was a prolific cartoonist and illustrator in the early to mid-20th century, widely published in magazines like The New Yorker, Life, and Vanity Fair, who visually defined the sheiks and flappers of the 1920s. Includes examples of his woodcuts, cartoons, watercolors, and sculptures. Quotations from writings by the artist; introduction by Carl J. Weinhardt; foreword by Marc Connelly; commentary by Bartlett Hayes. 144 pages; 38 color plates + 79 b&w illustrations

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