ADD THE EXQUISITE ARTWORK OF HARRY DEVLIN TO YOUR COLLECTION! With subtle color and refined details,
Harry Devlin (1918-2001) creates artworks that are sure to be the centerpiece of any room! "Queen Anne"
is a numbered limited edition serigraph on paper. Includes Certificate of Authenticity! Measures approx.
30" x 42" (with border), 22" x 32" (image). Listprice: $400.00
Harry Devlin was born in Jersey City, New Jersey in 1918. As a teen, he painted insignia on U.S. Army
mail planes, which sparked his interest in building model planes. He studied fine arts at Syracuse and
afterward began to illustrate for Collier's Weekly, where he became the lead editorial cartoonist. In
1956, Devlin was elected president of the National Cartoonists Society and began a comic strip with his
wife Wende -- "Fullhouse," later renamed "Raggmopp" -- based on their family of nine. Devlin's beautiful
paintings depict American architectural styles such as Greek Revival and Victorian and appear in the
book "Portraits of American Architecture: Monuments to a Romantic Mood, 1830-1900." Devlin passed away
in 2001 at the age of 83.