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Vernon Howe Bailey

 (1874 - 1953)
Vernon Howe Bailey was active/lived in New York, New Jersey.  Vernon Bailey is known for newspaper and naval illustration, architectural drawings.

Vernon Howe Bailey

Vernon Howe Bailey was a well-known and respected artist of the early Twentieth Century.  Having studied at both the Pennsylvania Museum School and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Bailey had abilities that were recognized through painting, printmaking, and illustration.

In his early career, he worked as staff artist at the Philadelphia Times and the Boston Herald.  He then spent several years living and working in various European cities before being commissioned by the US Government to do "war works" illustrations at navy yards, gun shops, ammunition factories, etc.

His major popularity lies in both his naval illustration and his architectural drawings. Many of his sketches were used during Ba  ...  Displaying 750 of 943 characters.

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About  Vernon Howe Bailey

Born:  1874 - Camden, New Jersey
Died:   1953
Known for:  newspaper and naval illustration, architectural drawings