Clyde (Victor Clyde) Forsythe
(1885 - 1962)
Clyde (Victor Clyde) Forsythe was active/lived in California, New York. Clyde Forsythe is known for desert landscape and genre painting, cartoons.
Forsythe entered the comic strip world prior to World War I. His most
successful feature was the long-running Joe Jinks, which dealt
successively with automobiles, aviation, and boxing. He drew a number
of other strips, and for a time, shared a studio with Norman Rockwell.
Clyde Forsythe was born in Southern California in 1885. Writing,
drawing, and sports were among his early interests, and he combined all
three when he got a job doing sports cartooning and reporting for a
local paper. In the second decade of the century, he headed for New
York City to work for The World. Among his earliest creations were a
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