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Re: Ever heard of Arthur Woelfle?
[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]John & Sandra Barrick
Tue, 15 Sep 1998 22:11:51 -0400
Check old Harper Bazarr covers. I say this because when I worked in
art supplies, years ago, the owner( a man in his 60's) remembers a
process called duoshade. we still sold it,I also made some pictures
with it. It is a Bristol board which is coated and developed with a
liquid clear developer. It has screens(Formatt or Zipatone)directly
on the board and the way to use is to develop it. So all the Fashion
magazines used this process. Bazarr was in NY, just thought they
might have something in their archives. Maybe WWD. "Women's Wear
Daily" Fashion Mag. would probably be able to help. Last bet would
be F.I.T. in Ny.
Virginia Rockwood wrote:
> A colleague of mine asked me if I knew of Arthur Woelfle. He was
> commercial artist circa 1900-1930 who designed some covers for "Woman's
> World" magazine and most likely designed some WWI posters. He lived and
> worked in the Flushing neighborhood of NY.Any info regarding him or a
> source for his work would be appreciated.
> Thank you, Ginny Rockwood