1 edition of Henry Soulen. found in the catalog.
by Delaware Art Museum in Wilmington, Del. (2301 Kentmere Parkway, Wilmington 19806)
Written in English
|Contributions||Delaware Art Museum.|
|LC Classifications||NC975.5.S68 A4 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||12|
|LC Control Number||83160060|
Oct 5, - This painting was given to my grandfather, photographer Wilfred H. Wolfs, by Henry J. Soulen, when my grandfather had to leave The Saturday Evening Post to be hospitalized for TB. He spent 3 years in hospital. He always had this painting above the fireplace in his room and treasured it. I am lucky enough to have it, and it is admired by lots of people pins. By Henry Soulen Located in Minneapolis, MN Henry James Soulen created this American impressionist painting as an interior illustration in the Febru issue of The Saturday Evening Post.
The Soulen family name was found in the USA between and The most Soulen families were found in the USA in In there were 8 Soulen families living in Louisiana. This was about 89% of all the recorded Soulen's in the USA. Louisiana had the highest population of Soulen families in Available for sale from The Illustrated Gallery, Henry James Soulen, Homemaking Around the World (), Oil on Board, 24 × 34 in.
This original s oil on board painting by Henry Soulen is a commissioned interior illustration for The Saturday Evening Post. The image shows two figures engaged in what appears to be a traditional "ghost money" ceremony, a Taoist tradition of burning joss paper as an offering to spirits of one's ancestors. The colorful, boldly painted, [ ]. Mr. Henry J. "Hank" Soulen February 1, Langhorne, Pennsylvania.
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Estimate: $3, - $5, Description: Henry James Soulen Am. Winter Creek Oil on canvas 35 x 30 in. ( x cm) Property a collector, Virginia Condition Report: Good condition, good appearance, little to no restoration, mint or nearly mintDISCLAIMERIf the condition report only states "Good condition, good appearance" or the like with nothing Henry Soulen.
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Contact for price. Buy. Buying on Artsy Consign with Artsy. Learn. Education The Art Genome Project. Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on MaHenry James Soulen () was a distinguished illustrator. He joined the Art Students League in Milwaukee, the Art Institute of Chicago, and later studied under Howard Pyle, the founder of the Brandywine School.
An illustrator for The Saturday Evening Post, Soulen began his career in May Henry James Soulen (American, ) A pilgrimage to Palestine, Sinai signed 'HJSoulen' (lower right) oil on canvas x cm (34 x 30in) PROVENANCE: From the estate of the Artist to his son Henry Herman Soulen To Henry Soulen's wife, Harriet Soulen Property of Harriet Soulen, Maine Sale, Baridoff Galleries Portland, Maine, 7 Augustlot Private collection, USA The American.
28 mai - An illustrator for the “Saturday Evening Post,” Henry Soulen () began that career in May,having been a student of Howard Pyle. He also worked for other publications including “Country Gentleman” and “Ladies Home Journal” and earned a Peabody Award for his magazine cover designs.
He was known for his use of intense, brilliant color and at a time when 15 pins. The work of Henry James Soulen is richly colored and strongly patterned. Each of his pictures is treated in a manner appropriate to the lack of pictorial depth of mural painting, and equally, to a magazine cover.
Henry James Soulen (American, ) Sketch for Cover Illustration, " horse Auction", for Country Gentleman Magaz on Henry James Soulen () was an illustrator whose work was published in major magazines, yet he is virtually unknown today.
Short biographical links are here and here. Soulen's style included bright colors, limited depth, and cloisonnist outlining of his subject matter. These traits are commonly found in murals painted in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Henry James Soulen (Phoenixville, Pennsylvania - ) Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on MaHenry James Soulen was a noted illustrator. He attended the Art Students League in Milwaukee, the Art Institute of Chicago, and later studied under the celebrated teacher, Howard Pyle, the founder of the Brandywine School.
David Michael Soulen Nov. 7, - J YUKON David Michael Soulen was born on Nov. 7,to Barbara Hazel Cutright Soulen and Robert J. Soulen in Millington, NJ. The Blue Book Magazine [v60 #5, March ] ed. Donald Kennicott (The McCall Company, 15¢, pp, pulp, cover by Henry Soulen) ifc. Hawk of the Wilderness [The Editor] ed 6 The Planes That Never Returned [ Paul Rodgers (The Red Wolf of Arabia) ] William J.
Makin ss; illustrated by John F. Clymer 20 The Last Shot of Dynamite. Henry James Soulen (American, ) Cover Illustration for Blue Book Magazine "The Trouble with my Double", mixe on Buy Henry Soulen. by Delaware Art Museum online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at.
Shop now. View Henry James Soulen’s 99 artworks on artnet. Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices. See available paintings, works on paper, and sculpture for sale and learn about the artist. The Blue Book Magazine [v60 #1, November ] ed.
Donald Kennicott (The McCall Company, 15¢, pp, pulp, cover by Henry Soulen). 4 Swords of Mars [Part 1 of 6; Barsoom] Edgar Rice Burroughs n.; illustrated by Robert Fink 26 The Hands of Minstrel Jim Conrad Richter ss; illustrated by Monte Crews ; 38 Gold Is Where You Find It [New Barbary Gold] Beatrice Grimshaw.
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