(1885/87 - 1961)
Charles Archibald MacLellan was active/lived in Delaware, Ontario / Canada. Charles MacLellan is known for illustration, painting, commercial art, teaching.
Photo courtesy of the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution (c. 1911).
Biography Charles MacLellan
Charles A. MacLellan (1885 or 1887 - 1961) (1)
A prolific American illustrator, painter, commercial artist and educator, Charles Archibald MacLellan was born in Trenton, Ontario, Canada, came to Chicago with his parents in about 1892, and died in Wilmington, Delaware, where he had lived since 1910. A follower of Howard Pyle's Brandywine School of Illustration*, MacLellan did about fifty covers for The Saturday Evening Post between 1912 and 1936. He also illustrated covers and articles for numerous other magazines such as Harper's Weekly (January 14, 1911), Collier's (July 4, 1914), The Delineator (February 1915), The Popular Magazine (May 1916), Everybody's Magazine (June 1921), Successful
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