(1878 - 1932)
George Warren Lawlor was active/lived in Massachusetts. George Lawlor is known for genre, portrait, figure-Indian.
Biography George Lawlor
During World War I, George Warren Lawlor (1878-1932) was assigned to camouflage in Philadelphia on May 15, 1918, and was subsequently named Chief Camoufleur for the ship painting operations on Hog Island in the Delaware River District. He resigned on November 21, 1918.
William Bell Clark on "Camouflage Painting on the Delaware" in Philadelphia in the World War 1914-1919. NY: Philadelphia War History Committee 1922 (pp. 318-322).
Submitted by Roy R. Behrens.