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    C. Clyde Squires (1883-1970) Original Magazine Illustration (1906). Clyde Squires was a consummate illustrator of romantic subjects for several major magazines, including the old Life magazine and Woman's Home Companion. He also created western-themed story illustrations and covers which were published by the western romance pulps. Squires was another illustrator whose artistic experience was enriched and encouraged by working with Howard Pyle. This early romantic subject was probably published in the old Life magazine as a two-page illustration. It features a wonderful art nouveau girl and is dated 1906, the same year Squires' first illustration appeared in Life. Rendered in charcoal and mixed media on board, it measures approximately 21 x 34 and is signed and dated lower left.

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    March, 2003
    6th-10th Thursday-Monday
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