(1884 - 1969)
Joseph B. Abrahams was active/lived in New York. Joseph Abrahams is known for Designer, graphic art, illustration, camouflage, calligraphy.
Biography Joseph Abrahams
Joseph B. Abrahams (1884-1969)
Joseph B. Abrahams (July 4, 1884-July 1, 1969) was a Lithuanian-born American calligrapher and designer.
Born in Grodno, Lithuania (in what is now Belarus), he came to the U.S. at age six and was naturalized in 1905. While living in New York, he attended the National Academy of Design (1898-1905) and the Art Students League (1900-1905), then worked as a reporter for the New York Tribune. He was also an art editor for magazines, and a research assistant at both the New York Public Library and the Smithsonian Institution.
According to The New York Times, during World War I he was a "field supervisor in the civilian camouflage service in New York."
Abrahams designed the bronze
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