(1945 - 1977)
Donald Evans was active/lived in New York. Donald Evans is known for miniature watercolor stamps on envelope paintings.
Donald Evans was an American artist (1945–1977), who was known for creating hand-painted postage stamps (artistamps) of fictional countries. Evans died in a fire in the Netherlands in 1977.
While Evans initially painted postage stamps as a child, he returned to making them in 1971, shortly after graduating from Cornell University and training as an architectural designer with Richard Meier and Associates in New York City. During a six-year period from 1971–1977, he painted faux stamps issued by forty-two countries he conjured in his imagination.
To make his art, Evans usually traced each stamp design in pencil, then completed it with a No. 2 Grumbacher paintbrush, watercolor, and pen an ... Displaying 750 of 4246 characters.
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