The Resume October 31, April 5, Completed military training with the Japanese Army and returned to China to take part in the revolution against the Manchus Commanded a regiment which aided to the establishment of the Republic of China Assumed leadership of the Kuomintang after Sun Yat-sen's death Launched the Northern Expedition, which purged the Kuomintang of communists and destroyed clans in north and central China Became chairman of the nationalist government of a unified China October 10, Fought against Communist leader Mao ZeDong for control of the country 's United his government with the Communists during World War II Moved his Nationalist government to Taiwan when it was on the verge of collapse, due to Communist pressure Key figure during the Cold War Why he might be annoying He was extremely anti-communist.
December 10, Compiled by Antoinette Rahn His artwork and illustrations graced the cover of hundreds of magazines during his more than five decade career, and yet Joseph Christian J. Leyendecker is lesser known than his contemporaries, which included Norman Rockwell.
Below are 10 interesting facts about this influential artist.
At the age of 15, he began working days at J. Engraving in Chicago, and in the evening he studied at the Chicago Art Institute. Leyendecker died of a heart attack in They relocated to New York at the turn of the 20th century.
Leyendecker, used for Cluett Shirts Arrow Collar advertisement, circa Photo courtesy Heritage Auctions advertisement, circaby J. Leyendecker and The Saturday Evening Post. The Haggin Museum in Stockton, California, features nearly 60 original pieces by Leyendecker, all acquired during the s.
Through the efforts of then-museum director Earl Rowland, the paintings were gifted to the museum from companies that had employed Leyendecker, as well as friends and family of the artist. It is said to be the largest collection of works by Leyendecker on permanent display in a museum.
The last painting in that series was done inwhich was also the last cover Leyendecker designed for The Saturday Evening Post.Pays tribute to the work of one of the most prolific and successful artists during the Golden Age of American Illustration in a volume showcasing some six hundred full-color images that capture J.
C. Leyendecker's quintessential images of the fashionable American male, Santa Claus and the New Year's baby, and covers for the Saturday Evening Post.
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Joseph Christian Leyendecker was America’s golden boy of Illustration. Culter. announcer of mass advertising. creating images for The Saturday Evening Post that have transcended the test of time and have embedded themselves into American culture for centuries after their creation.
Happy Birthday, Joseph Christian Leyendecker, American artist and illustrator, Leyendecker - part 2 JC Leyendecker (3/23/74 – 7/25/51) was the preeminent American illustrators of the early 20th century.
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The Leyendecker collection was assembled in the s by former museum director Earl Rowland, following the artist’s death. The works were donated by the artist’s sister, Miss Augusta Leyendecker, B. Kuppenheimer & Company, the Interwoven Sock Company, and Kellogg’s.
Artist The Resume (March 23, July 25, ) Born in Montabaur, Germany Birth name was Joseph Christian Leyendecker Illustrator Produced covers for the 'Saturday Evening Post' Created the Arrow Collar Man ().