Henry Soulen (1888-1965)
Thomas Henry Soulen studied first at the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts, and then in Wilmington with Howard Pyle. He specialized in industrial and exotic illustrations, setting many of his scenes in the numerous "Chinatowns" that were scattered throughout the country. Soulenís strong use of color was such that many periodicals, including Ladiesí Home Journal, would save one of their few color pages for his work. His bright pages would enliven not only the story he was illustrating, but the overall look of the magazine as well.

 

Chan Chi-tan saw the flames jump up 1938

Oil on canvas, 32 inches x 36 inches

Saturday Evening Post, Vol. 210, No. 52, June 25, 1938, p. 19
 

 

 

 

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