(1907 - 1989)
John Ford Clymer was active/lived in Wyoming, Ontario / Canada. John Clymer is known for genre-west, wildlife, illustrations.
A student at the Howard Pyle School in Wilmington, Delaware, John Clymer was strongly influenced by N.C. Wyeth in illustration and became a noted painter of animals and western history. His first illustrations were for Canadian publications, and then he illustrated for pulp magazines and novels, which led to assignments with American magazines and advertising companies. He did a series of historic paintings about the United States Marine Corps during World War II. His illustration career continued for over forty years and included work for Field and Stream and Saturday Evening Post for which he did about ninety covers. Also, he illustrated the book, The Yearling.
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