(1887 - 1940)
Charles Davis Mitchell was active/lived in Pennsylvania, Delaware. Charles Mitchell is known for illustrator-female figure.
Biography Charles Mitchell
Born in Wilmington, Delaware, Charles D. Mitchell came of age at
the same time as such sophisticated magazine illustrators as F.R.
Gruger, Henry Raleigh, F.C. Yohn and John R. Neill. He began
contributing to The Saturday Evening Post in 1907, and drew for many
other magazines including The Delineator, Good Housekeeping, Ladies'
Home Journal and McCall's.
He was especially in demand for his spirited
drawings of elegant young women and handsome men, often languishing in
chairs or on sofas and engaged in ardent conversation.
See Reed, The
Illustrator in America, p. 152
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