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Dean Babcock

 (1888 - 1969)
Dean Babcock was active/lived in Colorado, Illinois.  Dean Babcock is known for illustrator, western genre-views.

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Dean Babcock


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Source: Who's Who in American Art 1936-37 issue

Dean Babcock was born in Canton, Illinois on January 14, 1888. He was a pupil of John Vanderpoel, Robert Henri, and Helen Hyde. His work is in the collections of bookplates in New York State Library, Albany; Newark Public Library, Denver Art Museum, University of Denver Library. He illustrated "Song of the Rockies," by C E Hewes; "Westering" by Thomas H. Ferril (Yale Press). He was a research associate, Print Department, Denver Art Museum.

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About  Dean Babcock

Born:  1888 - Canton, Illinois
Died:   1969
Known for:  illustrator, western genre-views