(1894 - 1976)
John LaGatta was active/lived in New York, California. John LaGatta is known for illustration, genre and painting- idealized female figure.
John LaGatta enjoyed painting women more than anything else. It
worked well for him as an illustrator and as a result, he and his wife
were able to live a very comfortable lifestyle. His career was
substantially taken with illustrating women for romantic stories, as
well as creating exotic fashion illustrations, and eye-catching
advertising pictures of his beautifully idealized women.
LaGatta's images appeared in the nation's famous most publications; Life, The Ladies' Home Journal, Cosmopolitan, Delineator, Women's Home Companion, and Associated Sunday Magazine.
His advertising accounts were with a number of the nation's important
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