(1907 - 1994)
Stevan Dohanos was active/lived in Connecticut, Ohio. Stevan Dohanos is known for illustrator-genre, sea-landscape.
Stevan Dohanos is best known for the covers, more than 100, he painted for "The Saturday Evening Post" magazine during the 1940s and 1950s. Most of his illustrations depicted common scenes of everyday post-war American life such as a mobile home complete with pink flamingo, a gas station attendant inflating a child's toy, a souped-up motorcycle in the owner's driveway, and a simple ice cream stand. His works are often compared to those of Norman Rockwell, but Dohanos' characterizations are not as sympathetic as Rockwell's.
Prior to the introduction of television as a medium, "The Saturday Evening Post" had great influence, as it was likely the most widely followed exponent of American popular culture. Dohanos' work appeared frequent ... Displaying 750 of 5983 characters.