Biografie von Edward Arthur WILSON (1886-1970)

Birth place: Glasgow, Scotland

Death place: Dobbs Ferry, NY

Addresses: Truro, MA

Profession: Illustrator, lithographer, painter, educator, designer, block printer

Studied: AIC; & with Howard Pyle.

Exhibited: SI, 1954 (solo); RISD, 1953; Pratt Inst., 1954. Awards: medal, Art Dir. Club, NY, 1926, 1930; prizes, SC, 1926, 1942; Bookplate International, Los Angeles, 1923; Phila. Pr. Club, 1936 (prize); Limited Editions Club, silver medal, 1954.

Member: SC; ANA; Royal Soc. Artists (fellow); Century Assn.; AIGA; SI, 1912; Artists Guild; AI Graphic Artists; Players Club.

Work: LOC; NYPL; MMA; Princeton Pr. Club.

Comments: Illustrator: Iron Men and Wooden Ships; The Hunting of the Snark, 1932; A Shropshire Lad,1935; The Tempest, 1940; Jane Eyre, 1944; Westward Ho!, 1946; lvanhoe; Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde; The Book of Edward A. Wilson; The Seven Voyages of Sinbad the Sailor; By These Words, 1954; Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea, 1955 (over 60 books in all). Contributor to advertising campaigns.

Sources: WW59; WW47.

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