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Philip Little

 (1857 - 1942)
Philip Little was active/lived in Massachusetts.  Philip Little is known for coastal-urban landscape painting, etching, camouflage art.

Philip Little

Philip Little contributed to camouflage during World War I. This is verified in the Boston Sunday Globe (September 9, 1917, p. 38) in a news article by (Globe art critic) A.J. Philpott titled IN CAMOUFLAGE WAR MAKING DECEPTION INTO A FINE ART. Near the end of the article is the following note:

"Philip Little, the Salem artist, who paints both landscapes and marines and who is one of the foremost painters in the country, recently experimented with camouflage on a boat with very remarkable success. It is men of his stamp who should be called on for service in this new emergency."

It is also confirmed by a passage in an unpublished and undated typescript by American ar  ...  Displaying 750 of 8027 characters.

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About  Philip Little

Born:  1857 - Swampscott, Massachusetts
Died:   1942 - Salem, Massachusetts
Known for:  coastal-urban landscape painting, etching, camouflage art