Guernsey Moore (1874-1925)
Guernsey Moore studied at the Germantown Academy before attending the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. In 1899, along with J. J. Gould, he helped redesign the format of the Saturday Evening Post changing it from a tabloid to a well-illustrated magazine widely known for its artwork and two-color, poster style covers. Moore’s style of painting contained heavily outlined images that were strongly symmetrical, reminiscent of the ongoing Arts and Crafts movement. He later worked designing costumes and decorations for pageants as well as painting several murals.


Vogue Cover c. 1905

Gouache on academy board, 23 inches x 18 inches

Vogue Magazine, cover
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