(1881 - 1968)
Maud Tousey Fangel was active/lived in Massachusetts, New York. Maud Fangel is known for child portrait painting, magazine illustration.
In the 1930s, '40s, and '50s -- if you saw a sketch or portrait of a child
on the cover of Ladies Home Journal or Woman's Home Companion,
or inside the magazines' advertising, say, Colgate's Talc Powder, Cream of Wheat,
or Squibb's Cod Liver Oil, you were probably seeing the work of Maud Tausey
Fangel. For a good part of the first half of the twentieth century, Ms. Fangel
was the children's artist in our country -- her illustrations of ruddy-cheeked,
doe-eyed, curly-locked children were everywhere. They set the standard for their
day and made Ms. Fangel a kind of celebrity -- the subject of frequent feature
articles and a much in demand children's portrait painter, who was commissioned ... Displaying 750 of 2950 characters.