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Harry Gage

 (1887 - 1982)
Harry Lawrence Gage was active/lived in Massachusetts, Michigan.  Harry Gage is known for graphics, genre, marine, mural, designer.

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Harry Gage


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Harry Gage, born in Battle Creek, Michigan, was a noted graphics designer and painter of watercolor marine and landscape subjects. He was President of the New York chapter of the American Institute of Graphic Artists from 1930 to 1936 and did many book designs.

He was co-founder and chairman of the Annisquam Art Gallery from 1954 and from 1919 to 1931 was secretary of Bartlett-Orr Press. He was a professor of graphic arts at the Carnegie Institute of Technology (1912-1919) and a lecturer in graphic art at the Pratt Institute (1925-30). He lectured widely on book design.

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The following is from Samuel M. Robbins:

Harry L. Gage died in Gloucester, Massachusetts in August, 1982. His early specialty was printing itself- yes printing. He was a graphic designer, and graphic arts consultant, specializing in typography design, printing processes and presses. Later in life he turned to watercolors, many of which were reproduced in various publications including Yankee Magazine inserts.

He was a member of the North Shore Arts Association, the Cape Ann Arts Council in Gloucester, the Rockport Art Association, exhibiting there as well as at the Copley Society in Boston.


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About  Harry Gage

Born:  1887 - Battle Creek, Michigan
Died:   1982 - Gloucester, Massachusetts
Known for:  graphics, genre, marine, mural, designer