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 Edward M. Stevenson  (1896 - 1987)

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Lived/Active: New York/Florida      Known for: landscape painting, illustration, comic-book artist

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Edward M. (McMurtry) Stevenson

Born August 2nd 1896 in Lexington, KY
Died October 5 1987 in Palm City, FL

Edward McMurtry Stevenson was an American landscape artist, illustrator and comic artist. Born in Lexington, KY, he studied at the Art Students League in New York. Stevenson was an illustrator in oils and watercolor for pulp and western magazines and he also made illustrations for the Saturday Evening Post.

He specialized in seascapes, cowboys on horseback, Native Americans and wild animal /jungle illustrations. He made comic strips based on Frank Buck's Ted Towers - Animal Master (1936-1939) and Bring 'm Back Alive! for King Features Syndicate. Stevenson has made several canvases, such as his oil color painting of George Washington at Valley Forge.

He raised his family on Long Island, NY and owned and operated a 52-ft. boat, cruised down inland waterway from Long Island to Florida, around Cuba, while illustrating the passing sights and scenery in watercolor and oils in the impressionist style.

He died in Palm City, Florida, in 1987. As a former Naval officer, he was buried with honors at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, VA.

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