(1892 - 1962)
Leal Mack was active/lived in New Mexico. Leal Mack is known for landscape, western genre.
Biography Leal Mack
An illustrator for fifteen years before the Great Depression, he had work in leading magazines including the Saturday Evening Post, Country Gentlemen, Harper's, and Youth's Companion. He also did landscape painting and carved his frames.
The following was submitted by Anne Smallwood who obtained the information from fliers she received when buying the artist's work in Taos, New Mexico in the mid 1970s:
"LEAL MACK'S paintings fall mainly within three categories.
THE WORKING WEST
The men and horses, and the cattle they tended, during the later years of the 19th century and six decades of the 20th.
THE TRADITIONAL WEST
That period in our nations' development when the West's undu
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