(1909 - 1997)
Tom Lovell was active/lived in New York, New Mexico. Tom Lovell is known for western genre painting, magazine and pulp illustrator.
A well-known illustrators in New York City and then a painter of
Western subjects, Tom Lovell paid great attention to details in his
work and, because of this, seldom completed more than a dozen major oil
paintings a year.
Lovell was born in New York City and attended
high school in Nutley New Jersey. As valedictorian of his class, he
spoke on the "Ill Treatment of the American Indian by the U.S.
Government," a harbinger of his depictions of the West. In 1931,
he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Syracuse University in New
For thirty-nine years he was a freelance illustrator for many well-known magazines including Colliers, McCalls, and National Geographic.
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