(1887 - 1981)
Helen Dryden was active/lived in New York, Maryland. Helen Dryden is known for illustrator-female figure, designer.
Remembered primarily for her cover art for "Vogue" magazine in the early 1900s, Helen Dryden reflected various styles including Art Nouveau and Art Deco. She also created Japanese-style prints, primitive Italian painters and children's books.
Her subjects "were rich and sensuous in color, witty and lighthearted, but also with a haughty air of elegance". (Reed 139) One of the reasons her illustrations were popular was that they reflected popular trends and changing fashions. She started with "Vogue" in 1911, almost from its founding, and stayed until 1923. Vogue publisher Conde Nast gave her much artistic freedom.
Helen Dryden was born in Baltimore and studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. She first did artwork ... Displaying 750 of 1178 characters.