Edmund F. Ward
(1892 1990)
Edmund F. Ward made his first illustrations for The Saturday Evening Post before he was twenty. His early pictures were quite large, generally with a dark tonality and seriously painted in oils. Over a period of time he gradually changed to more humorous subjects and began to work in wash and watercolor. For many years he illustrated the Alexander Botts and Assistant District Attorney Doowinkle stories for the Post. Ward was born in White Plains, New York, and studied at the Art Students League in the same class with Norman Rockwell. He has spent his professional illustration career in White Plains where he also painted a mural for the Federal Building.

   

 

Prairie Child 1922

Oil on paperboard, 27 inches x 23 inches

"Prairie Child," Arthur Stringer Pictorial Review, 1922
 

 

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