Orson Lowell (1871-1956)
After studying and teaching at the Art Institute of Chicago for a number of years, Orson Lowell moved to New York to begin a lucrative career in illustration. Working primarily in pen-and-ink or in gouache washes, Lowell received book commissions in addition to assignments from all of the major magazines including Century, Scribner’s, Collier’s and McClure’s. Lowell also joined the Life staff in 1907, where his subsequent large, humorous pen-and ink works consistently elicited comparisons with the more famous Charles Dana Gibson.

The Submarine Menace Again! 1918

Pen on paper, 16 inches x 29 inches

Judge, September 7, 1918.









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