Saul Tepper (1899-1987)
Saul Tepper learned his trade at a variety of New York institutions, including The Cooper Union, The Art Students League, and at the Grand Central School of Art where he took classes from fellow illustrator Harvey Dunn. Working primarily in oil, Tepper produced well-researched, emotionally-charged illustrations. He drew on a full range of subject matter, from romance to adventure, working in both magazine fiction and advertising art. Like many other lifelong illustrators, Tepper also went on to teach the trade to younger artists at both the Pratt Institute and The Cooper Union, mentoring such well-known illustrators as Al Dorne and Harry Beckhoff.



People Against Van Teel 1927

Oil on canvas, 22 inches x 36 inches

"People Against Van Teel," Thomas McMorrow, Saturday Evening Post, Vol 199, No. 44, April 30, 1927, p. 22.
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