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 George Brehm  (1878 - 1966)

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Lived/Active: New York/Indiana      Known for: illustrator, childhood subjects

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George Brehm
from Auction House Records.
Boy trudging on the way to school. Magazine cover, Saturday Evening Post, September 5, 1925
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
The following was submitted by Matt Taylor:

"George Brehm was my great Grandfather. He died six years before I was born, but I grew up feeling I knew him through his many paintings in our home, as well as relatives'."

In 2002, the Norman Rockwell Museum featured work by a handful of illustrators. George Brehm and his brother, Worth, were among the artists whose work was shown. He was raised in small town Indiana, worked and lived in New York City, and spent some fifty Summers on Martha's Vineyard, MA, where, today, most of his family resides. He married Katherine Bennet around 1912, and the couple had two children, Elizabeth, and June.

George Brehm painted cover illustrations for many widely circulated publications such as The Saturday Evening Post, and Country Gentleman, as well as numerous illustrations for novels, Coca-Cola, Texaco, etc. In 1923, he served as one of several judges at the very first Miss America Pageant with Norman Rockwell. His home and studio are occupied by his daughter, June Tabor, of Chilmark, (Martha's Vineyard,MA.) A future screenplay is being planned on his life as an American illustrator.

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