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Lived/Active: Pennsylvania      Known for: illustration, cartoon-fashion-auto

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Laurence Fellows
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Kelly Tires ad illustration, 1926
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Laurence Fellows (1885-1964)

An American cartoonist and advertising artist, born in Ardmore, Pennsylvania, Fellows attended the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and continued his studies in England and France.  His work appeared in Judge, Life, Vanity Fair, Apparel Arts, and Esquire.  At the start of the century he lived and worked in Philadelphia.  Of special note, are his advertisements for Kelly-Springfield tires.

Sources:
Horn, World Encyclopedia of Cartoons; Pitz, 200 Years of American Illustration; Reed, Illustrators in America; Who's Who in Art (1912), p. 69.

Sara W. Duke, Curator, Popular & Applied Graphic Art, Prints & Photographs Division, Library of Congress


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