(1879 - 1949)
Harold James Mowat was active/lived in Quebec, New York / Canada. Harold Mowat is known for magazine illustration.
Biography Harold Mowat
An illustrator, primarily in black and white, Harold Mowat was born in
Montreal, Canada and died in Quebec. He studied at the New York
Art School, and his first illustrations were for the American magazine.
It was said that he spent so much money paying models that he barely
made any profit on his work. Because he was a slow worker, he was
not as well known as many other illustrators who worked quickly and
prolifically. He contributed to numerous publications including
the The Saturday Evening Post, Ladies' Home Journal, McCalls, and Women's Home Companion.
During World War I, he worked as a illustrator for the Canadian military.
Statement: "My medium is a piece
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