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 James Sanford Hulme  (1900 - 1974)

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Lived/Active: New York/Oklahoma      Known for: city scenes, illustrator, serigraphs

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
James Sanford Hulme was a painter, print maker and illustrator who lived for many years in White Plains, New York and completed many serigraphs of his surroundings in Westchester County. Of special interest to him were local landmarks that he worked to preserve.

He was born in Oklahoma and studied at the Art Institute of Chicago with Elmer Forsberg, whose specialty was print media. He also studied at the Grand Central Art School and took etching and lithography from George Bellows and Joseph Pennell. He served on the faculty of the Chicago Art Institute and then went to New York City to work as an illustrator. Commissions included magazines such as "Boys' Life", "People's Home Journal" and "Liberty Magazine", and in 1933, Hulme illustrated "Robbers Roost" by Zane Grey (1933). He also did technical illustrations for companies, developed drawings for desert warfare equipment and did drawings for NASA including for the Apollo space program.

Hulme was a member of the of the Brooklyn Society of Artists; Federated Artists Guild of America; Hudson Valley Art Association; and Chappaqua Art & Craft Guild.

Exhibition venues included the American Water Color Society, Riverside Museum, Philadelphia Water Color Society and the Art Institute of Chicago.

His works are part of the permanent exhibition of the Grange College, Bengal, NY; Wesleyan College, Macon, GA; and Knaben-Volkschule, Gustrow, Mecklenburg, Germany.

He is listed in "Who Was Who in American Art;" "The Artists Bluebook;" "Index of Artists (Mallett);" "Mallett Library of Reproductions;" and "Artist Biographies Master Index (McNeil)."

Sources include:
Cheryl Johnson, Fine Art Professional, whose source is Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art"

Information submitted October 2004 by Pat Sainz: Obituary of the Artist, "The Reporter Dispatch", White Plains, New York, 10/14/2004; Materials from the public library of White Plains including an undated article in "Club Dial" titled 'Lounge Exhibit'.

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