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Arthur Davenport Fuller Charcoal Illustration for Field and Stream

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Spiralled in His Face, early 20th century
Charcoal drawing on paperboard
Initialed to the lower left
Titled and inscribed to the verso
Includes a Field and Stream Editorial stamp to the verso

Arthur Davenport Fuller was a prominent illustrator and wildlife artist who studied at Harvard University, the Fenway School of Illustration in Boston, and the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts. He was a member of the Salmagundi Club, the Animal Artists Society, and the Society of Illustrators in New York. His work was featured in multiple books and magazines including Field & Stream, The Saturday Evening Post, and Colliers, among others.


- toning, discoloration, stains, dirt residue, perforations, and crumbling to paperboard; board is warped and tearing to the edges; some smudging to charcoal.


19.0" W x 17.25" H x 0.25" D

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