(1876 - 1927)
Angus Peter MacDonall was active/lived in Missouri. Angus MacDonall is known for illustrator, cartoonist, figure, dogs.
Biography from the Archives of askART
Angus Peter MacDonall, who came from Saint Louis (studied at the Saint Louis School of Fine Art) was one of the early group of artists who settled in Westport, Connecticut, to make it a famous art colony. MacDonall was especially popular with fellow illustrators because of his three beautiful daughters who were in great demand as models.
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MacDonall illustrated for most of the magazines including Scribner's, Harper's, American, and The Ladies Home Journal. For several years he did a regular double spread illustration of human interest or social commentary for the old Life magazine. He also did the cover for the Saturday Evening Post, October 8, 1921 edition.
Society of Illustrators. Established in 1901, New York City
Guild of Free Lance Artists. Established 1920, New York City
Chicago Watercolor Club, Chicago, IL
Palette and Chisel Club
Who Was Who In American Art
Mantle Fielding's, Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors and Engravers
The Illustrator In America, 1880-1980
Roughton galleries, Dallas, Texas
Courtesy to AskART from Brian Roughton
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