In the early part of this century, a commercial illustrator so captured the imagination of America that her prints appeared in almost every home. Her fame spread worldwide, yet her name is absent from the annals of American artists and illustrators. Because of this, she has been dubbed "the forgotten artist." Now for the first time, the life and art of Bessie Pease Gutmann are presented biographically, from the early discovery of her talent to her career in commercial illustration.
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