John Held Jr. (1889-1958)
John Held, Jr. trained with M. M. Young and is most famous for the stylized pen-and-ink images he did depicting life throughout the twenties. He covered all parts of the decade, from flappers to jazz,  from jalopies to bootleg gin. He worked in most of the humor magazines of the period, including Judge, Liberty, College Humor, Cosmopolitan, and NewYorker. He also did a number of covers for the old Life, working, as he frequently did, in watercolor and gouache.

The Girl He Left Behind


Gouache on academy board, 26 inches x 18 inches



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