The Art of Charles Gates Sheldon

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The Art of Charles Gates Sheldon

The Art of Charles Gates Sheldon
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Charles Gates Sheldon (1889 – 1960) was a prolific and gifted early 1900's American Illustrator who specialized in three main subjects: Hollywood, fashion and hair - themed cover portraiture and advertising in the Art Nouveau and Edwardian styles.
After studying at the Art Students League, he went to Paris to study under the legendary Alphonse Mucha.
He returned to America and set up a studio at Carnegie Hall in New York City. In 1918 Sheldon received his first pin-up commission, a series of ads for La Vogue lingerie.
He went on to do a series of work for the Fox Shoe Company as well as front covers for Collier's Magazine, The Saturday Evening Post and Photoplay.
By 1921 he was contributing high fashion portraits to Woman's Home Companion and Theater magazine. Famous women all over the world arranged to sit for portraits in his studio in Carnegie Hall in New York.

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