(1886 - 1981)
Robert Lynn Lambdin was active/lived in Connecticut, Kansas. Robert Lambdin is known for illustrator, genre often western.
Biography Robert Lambdin
Born near Dighton, Oct. 7 1886; died Westport, CT, June 1981. Illustrator. Painter, spec mural painting. Former resident of El Dorado. Studied for a year at the Denver (CO) School of Art with Henry Read and at the Kansas City Art institute with Charles A. Wilimovsky. Began in the art department of the Rocky Mountain News. After working for the Denver Republican, moved to the Kansas City Star as illustrator of feature stories. Settled in New York City in 1917 as illustrator for magazines and juvenile books. Much of Lambdin's early work was done in pen and ink but as line drawing went out of style, he worked in watercolor washes and oils.
Susan Craig, "Biographical Dictionary of Kansas Artists (active before 1945)"
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