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Viewing: Groth, John August, 1908-1988

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Image of "Brownie" [Arthur William Brown] - Groth, John August, 1908-1988

"Brownie" [Arthur William Brown] - Groth, John August, 1908-1988

Two caricatures of William Arthur Brown. Undated. Inscribed in ink, lower left: a) "John Groth to "Brownie" b) "Brownie" John Groth". Part of a Society of Illustrators collection of caricatures of Brown. Brown was president of the Society from 1944 to 1947.

Image of Brownie [Arthur William Brown] - Groth, John August, 1908-1988

Brownie [Arthur William Brown] - Groth, John August, 1908-1988

Undated. Part of a Society of Illustrators collection of caricatures of Arthur William Brown. Brown was president of the Society from 1944 to 1947.

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[Man and woman] - Groth, John August, 1908-1988

Autographed by artist to Sidney Carroll.

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'Me? I was a financial expert' - Groth, John August, 1908-1988

Intaglio print. Accompanied with note from artist written in pencil on glassine, 19?? (HL** 1 22).

Image of [Various prints by John Groth] - Groth, John August, 1908-1988

[Various prints by John Groth] - Groth, John August, 1908-1988

CGA.AC.BB5.002n-q are undated. John Groth produced a number of drawings to be used as Christmas cards; these include several images of the Holy Family, often pictured in 19th century dress, the Three Kings/Wisemen, scenes of the Flight into Egypt, as well as, scenes and characters from Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" (this group contains "Mr. Fezziwig's Ball" and "Bob Crachit at the fireside, with Tiny Tim"). Groth was known for his sports and war themes, executed in his "speed line" technique that was later filled in with watercolors. He was the Art Director for "Esquire" magazine and an artist-correspondent during the World War II, Korean and Vietnam Wars.One image depicts Native Americans on