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MacLellan, Charles

Print
Price: $ 1,600.00

Description: Factory worker and foreman in mill

Comment: A student of Howard Pyle, MacLellan had already established himself in Chicago prior to going to Delaware. In 1909 or 1910 the artist and friend Edward A. Wilson came to Wilmington to study with Pyle. MacLellan lived in one of the Pyle studios until his death in 1961. Photocopy of the magazine story included.

Price: $1,600 (+ $150 domestic shipping)

Information

Artist Charles MacLellan (1885-1961)
Caption “Howe appreciated the young man's efforts and turned over to him all the details of the mill end of the job.”
Condition Has been relined, overall very good, framed
Medium Oil on canvas, en grisaille
Publication Information Story illustration for “Strangle-Hold” by Frederick O. Bartlett. Appearing in Everybody's magazine of May 1921.
Signature Signed and dated ('20) lower left
Size 16 x 28”
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