(1880 - 1948)
Samuel Johnson Woolf was active/lived in New York. Samuel Woolf is known for portrait, street genre, illustrator.
Biography Samuel Woolf
Painter, lithographer, illustrator Samuel Johnson Woolf, 1880-1948, was born in New York City. He studied with Kenyon Cox and George de Forest Brush at the Art Students League and National Academy of Design, both in New York City. Woolf was a frontline artist-correspondent for Time Magazine in Europe with the American Army during World War One, painting portraits of General John C. Pershing, commanding general of the U.S. forces, and General Joffre, of the French.
Woolf was employed at the New York Times before going to Time. From 1924-1935, Woolf produced two hundred charcoal portraits for Time, including those of Charles Lindbergh, Walter P. Chrysler, John L. Lewis (United Mine Workers President), and Pope Pius XI. Woolf executed
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