(1897 - 1970)
Henry (Hy Jr.) Hintermeister was active/lived in New York. Henry Hintermeister is known for genre-child, dogs, illustration.
Henry Hintermeister (b. 1897 / d. 1970)
Henry Hintermeister was born in 1897 in New York.
His father John Henry Hintermeister was an illustrator as well. Father and son often worked as a duo, from the 1890's to the 1940's, under the pseudonym Hy Hintermeister. They became well known producing over 1,000 of illustrations; John Henry and Henry were often compared to Norman Rockwell with their illustration storytelling. The duo produced a series of calendars depicting American history from 1775-1787. They used identical signatures making their illustrations nearly impossible to distinguish.
As a solo artist, Henry Hintermeister is most know for American themed paintings as well as his paintings of animals.
Two Setter on Point
Sparky the Fire Safety Dog
The Foundation of American Government (c. 1925)
Gramps! series (c. 1930s)
"Country Gentleman" cover illustration (Sept. 1936)
Hintermeister died in New York in 1970.