I researched both a book and a substantial article on Fawcett and I've never seen half of these images before. With some of the images from earlier installments in this series, such as the car ads, I'm not sure how the owners can be certain the art is by Fawcett. However, the present post I do recognize. Formative Fawcett, back before he became the Fawcett that everybody came to know-- very interesting.
"I researched both a book and a substantial article on Fawcett and I've never seen half of these images before."It's about time for an expanded and revised edition! Cheer up! Walt Reed spent 70 years on a Harvey Dunn book then misascribed this Benton Clark as a Dunn!!!"the car ads, I'm not sure how the owners can be certain the art is by Fawcett"Don't blame or thank anyone but me!Cadillac-1932, Fawcett's signature is visible in 6 of the 10 posted. The other 4 are clearly by the same hand. If you study the printed ads of major campaigns, you'll see they used the work of multiple artist's, each with a different style, to be used for different outlets and pitch angles.Cadillac-1933, 7 of 8 signed, half of the 8th was featured on that contrarians blog.Prove me wrong.
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