Garth Montgomery Williams
(1912 - 1996)
Garth Montgomery Williams was active/lived in Colorado. Garth Williams is known for children's book illustration, sculpture.
Biography Garth Montgomery Williams
Born in New York City, Garth Williams was an illustrator of several of
the more popular post- World War II children's books: Stuart Little (1945) and Charlotte's Web (1952) by E.B. White and the Little House on the Prairie (1971) series by Laura Ingalls Wilder. He also illustrated Cricket in Times Square (1960) by George Selden and The Rescuers
(1959) by Margery Sharp. Early in his career, he was a sculptor,
whose achievments were officially recognized when he won the British
Prix de Rome.
Williams' father was prominent for magazine illustrations for Punch,
an English magazine, and when Williams was ten, he moved with his
family to England. He f
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