William (Bill) MacLean
(1897 - 1977)
William (Bill) MacLean was active/lived in New York, Massachusetts. William MacLean is known for Cartoonist, etcher.
Biography William (Bill) MacLean
William MacLean attended art school in Boston. He learned to love
rural life and after a New England childhood he bought a home in New
Hope Pennsylvania, and settled there to live and paint.
He was art editor of the American Legion's magazine Legion during the 1920s, and created the comic strip Double Trouble for King Features Syndicate. His own family-his children-and his home became his subjects. He also created etchings of New England snow scenes, and the etching Dawn
portrays his own home in Winter. Other etchings show the
landscape of Pennsylvania and Prince Edward Island in Canada.
MacLean's works have been
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