John Hassall - part 4
9 monthes ago - By Poul Webb
1939 Self Portrait with Indian Headdress pen and ink on board 38.2 x 26.2 cm
John Hassall (1868 - 1948) was an English illustrator, known for his advertisements and poster designs.
Hassall was born in Walmer, Kent, and was educated in Worthing, at Newton Abbot College, and at Neuenheim College, Heidelberg. After twice failing entry to The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, he emigrated to Manitoba in Canada in 1888 to begin farming with his brother Owen. He returned to London two years later when he had drawings accepted by the Graphic. At the suggestion of Dudley Hardy (along with Cecil...
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