Roy H. Andersen is active/lives in Arizona, New Hampshire. Roy Andersen is known for Indian-western genre, landscape, mural.
Known as a western painter, Roy Andersen did paintings of
Crow, Cheyenne, and Apache Indians. He began his career living in Chicago and New York and working as an
illustrator. He did numerous covers for Time Magazine including portraits of Albert Einstein and Prince Fahd. He also did illustrations for National Geographic
magazine, and did a stamp series on Dogs and American Horses, and in
1984 and 1985, won Stamp of the Year Award. As a muralist, he has
filled commissions for the National Park Service, the Royal Saudi Naval
Headquarters, and the E.E. Fogelson Vistor Center at Pecos National
Monument in New Mexico.
To pursue his talent for painting, Roy Anderson went West, living in
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