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Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

American, 1874-1951

Joseph Christian "J.C." Leyendecker was born in Germany in 1874. He immigrated to the United States with his family in 1882. His eldest brother, Adolph, became a prominent stained glass artist, and Joe, as he was called, had an early artistic calling. 

After studying at the Chicago Art Institute under John H. Vanderpoel, J.C. Leyendecker enrolled at the Académie Julien in 1896, where he studied for a year with his younger brother Frank in the Beaux-Arts tradition. During his time there, he was exposed to and influenced by the works of Art Nouveau painters and printmakers Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Jules Chéret and Alphonse Mucha, with whom he formed a strong friendship. The next year, he staged his first one-man exhibition at the Salon du Champ-de-Mars and made the auspicious acquaintance of Paul Gauguin

In 1898, Leyendecker produced the first of 48 covers for Collier’s magazine. The next year, he painted his first cover for The Saturday Evening Post magazine, which was the beginning of a 44-year association with that esteemed publication. Throughout his career, he would also paint covers for Life magazine, illustrations for a library of books, and transform advertising for such companies as B. Kuppenheimer & Co. and Interwoven Socks. His work for Arrow Shirt is the most well-known and beloved. 

Using his lover and manager, Charles Beach, as a model, Leyendecker created the ultimate image of modern American masculinity. His work for Kuppenheimer, also known as the House of Kuppenheimer, is just as iconic. Founded in 1876, the company became the manufacturer of uniforms for the United States Army during World War I. Thanks to Leyendecker's advertising, the firm became synonymous with the ultimate in male taste and desirability. 

Unfortunately, near the end of his career, as Leyendecker’s associations with Collier’s and The Saturday Evening Post came to an end, his work fell into obscurity. When he died in 1951, his great friend Norman Rockwell, who commemorated their relationship in his painting Waiting for the Art Editor, served as one of his pallbearers.

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(Biography provided by M.S. Rau)

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Artist: Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Study for Saturday Evening Post Cover 'Boy with Lantern'
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
This is a study for the 1926 Christmas issue of The Saturday Evening Post. December 25, 1926 Joseph Christian Leyendecker’s illustrations and advertisements fueled a collective visu...
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1920s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil

Fight Between Two Boys, Saturday Evening Post cover study
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Fight Between Two Boys, Saturday Evening Post cover study, 1911
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1910s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil

Woman and Tiger
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Signed by artist lower left. The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine Cover
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Early 1900s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Gouache, Oil

First Long Suit, Post Cover
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Signed by Artist Lower Right The Saturday Evening Post cover, September 18, 1937 One of the most prolific and sought-after artists of the Golden Age of Illustration, J.C. Leyendecker captivates the public with his striking, fashionable depictions of handsome men, glamorous women, and adorable children. Painted in 1937 First Long Suit not only encapsulates the high-fashion, glamorous fantasy world that Leyendecker strove to achieve over the course of his vastly successful career, it also poignantly captures a bittersweet moment that every parent experiences--watching our children grow up right before our eyes. Born in Montabaur, Germany, Leyendecker came to Chicago with his Catholic family at age eight. He apprenticed to a printer, J. Manz and Co., and then studied with John Vanderpoel at the Chicago Art Institute. In 1896, he won the Century magazine...
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1930s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil

Study for 'King of the Beach' Post Cover
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
This is a preparatory study for King of the Beach, the cover illustration for the September 3, 1932 issue of The Saturday Evening Post.
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1930s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil

Kellogg's Advertisement
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Little boy eating bowl of Kelloggs
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1910s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil

Playing Hooky, Post Cover
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Signed by Artist Signed Lower Center The Saturday Evening Post cover, June 13, 1914 LITERATURE: L.S. Cutler and J.G. Cutler, J.C. Leyendecker, American Imagist, New York, 2008, p. ...
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1910s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil

Circus Dog, The Saturday Evening Post cover
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Signed by artist lower right The Saturday Evening Post cover, July 29, 1922 This commission for The Saturday Evening Post is a brill...
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1920s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil

Study of General Douglas MacArthur
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Final version eventually becoming part of nationally known "Leyendecker MacArthur Series" by Timken Roller Bearing Company. Unsigned. Bottom border features a pair cat sketches.
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1940s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil

Kuppenheimer Famous Fifties Featuring John Barrymore
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Inscribed on back #174 House of Kuppeneheimer 1927 fashion advertisement, catalog cover.
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1920s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil

Amoco Gas Advertisement
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Amoco Gas Advertisement
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1940s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil

Easter Baby, Study
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Study Easter Sunday Baby
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1920s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil

Three Amoco Studies
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Signed by Artist Lower Right Amoco Oil Advertisements
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1940s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil

"The Postman Always Drinks Twice", Preliminary Study for Life Magazine
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature: Unsigned Preliminary study for Life magazine, Circa 1941. Features a study of the work titled; "The Postman Always Drinks...
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1940s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil, Canvas

Preliminary Study for a Saturday Evening Post Cover "Tipping the Porter"
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil on Pencil on Paper Sight Size 22.00" x 17.50;" Framed 30.00" x 25.50" Signature: Unsigned Study for Cover of Saturday Evening Post Magazine, December 18, 1937 Exhibitio...
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1930s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Paper, Oil, Pencil

Christ with Sainted Knights
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature: Signed Lower Right J. C. Leyendecker’s illustrations and advertisements fueled a collective visual memory for the early 20th century American public. Over the course of his career, Leyendecker created 322 covers for The Saturday Evening Post, as well as numerous other magazines, including Collier’s and Ladies’ Home Journal. The only illustrator to eclipse his fame was Norman Rockwell and Rockwell was quick to credit Leyendecker as his mentor and inspiration. This previously unknown work was recently discovered at a small country auction in South Carolina. It is likely an early work by Leyendecker, dating to circa 1900. The sinuous reddish orange flames emitted by the slain dragon recall the steam and vapors found in his later work, including an advertisement for Ivory Soap and a Thanksgiving cover for The Saturday Evening Post. The chiseled features and elegant expressions of the two knights and Christ are similar to those of his many successful advertising campaigns and illustrations. The inclusion of columns and the decorative border also are seen in works ranging from the 1901 Thanksgiving edition cover of Success magazine...
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Early 1900s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil, Canvas

Lucky Bag Girl
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Print with Added Brushwork Signature: n/a Sight Size 10.00" x 8.00;" Framed 16.00" x 14.00" This is a small print with added brush work accenting the figure.
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1910s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Paper

Soldier's Pride, House of Kuppenheimer Advertisement
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature: n/a Soldier's Pride was created as a component of Kuppenheimer's six-piece easel-backed World War I advertisement placards for in-store display. These pieces were expertly printed on a coated cardboard substrate so the black background would dramatically display the clothing item. Kuppenheimer & Hart Schaffner Marx...
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1910s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil, Canvas

Basting the Turkey, Saturday Evening Post Cover Study
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil on Canvas Laid on Board Signature: Unsigned The Saturday Evening Post, November 16, 1912 cover Study (Thanksgiving Edition)
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1910s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil, Canvas, Board

New Years Baby, Saturday Evening Post Cover, 1907
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil Painting Signature: Signed Lower Right Sight Size 24.00" x 20.00", Framed 31.00" x 27.00" The Saturday Evening Post cover illustration, December 1907
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Early 1900s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil

Collier's Christmas Number, Unpublished Cover
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Watercolor and Metallic Paint on Paper Signature: Signed Lower Right
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1890s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Paper, Paint, Watercolor

Man in Tie
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Drawing Signature: Signed Lower Right Contact for dimensions.
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20th Century Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Pencil

Study for Irish Liberty
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature: Unsigned The present work is a study for the cover of the March 18, 1922 cover of The Saturday Evening Post.
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1920s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil, Canvas

Study for New Year's Baby (Blowing Bubbles)
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature: Unsigned This is a study for the cover illustration of the 1 January 1927 issue of The Saturday Evening Post.
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1920s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil, Canvas

Toy Maker Study
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature: Signed Upper Left
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20th Century Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil, Canvas

Toy Peddler Study
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature: Signed Lower Right
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20th Century Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil, Canvas

Man in Tie
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Unknown Signature: Signed Lower Right Man in Tie, study by Joseph Christian Leyendecker. Contact for exact dimensions of this piece.
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20th Century Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Charcoal

Man Dressing in Mirror
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature: Signed Lower Right Featured in The Saturday Evening Post
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20th Century Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil, Canvas

Polo Players on Horseback, Kuppenheimer Advertisement
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature: Signed Lower Left Styles for Men: The House of Kuppenheimer, Spring and Summer 1914, cover illustration. This piece was published as the cover illu...
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1910s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Canvas, Oil

The Voice in the Rice
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature: Signed Lower Left In the 1890s and early 1900s, as J.C. Leyendecker was developing his pictorial work for advertisements, magazine covers, and posters, he also illustrated a number of novels to supplement his income. These titles include One Fair Daughter (1895), Ships that Pass in the Night (1898), The Kiss of Glory (1902), Ridolfo (1906), The Crimson Conquest (1907), Get Rich Quick Wallingford (1908), The Voice in the Rice (1910) and The Lonely Guard (1912). The present work is one of six Leyendecker illustrations from Gouverner Morris' The Voice in the Rice, published in book form in 1911. The novel centers on a dashing young man, Michael Bourne, who, after surviving a shipwreck off the coast of South Carolina, washes ashore near the Santee River and encounters a secret slaveholding community. Lord Nairn, a wheelchair-bound tyrant with hypnotic powers, governs this supposedly utopian society, and he soon feels threatened by Michael when they begin to compete for the affections of Mary Moore. Michael can...
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20th Century Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil, Canvas

The Politician, Saturday Evening Post Cover, 1916
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature: Signed Lower Right Cover of The Saturday Evening Post, November 4, 1916 Literature: The Saturday Evening Post, November 4, 1916, illustrated on the ...
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1910s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Canvas, Oil

Stoking the Furnace, Saturday Evening Post Cover, 1938
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature: Signed Lower Right Literature: The Saturday Evening Post, October 15, 1938, cover illustration. J. Cohn, Covers of The Saturday Evening Post, New Yo...
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1930s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Canvas, Oil

Study for Butterfly Couple
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Kuppenheimer Clothing Advertisement Exhibitions: Stockbridge, Massachusetts, Old Corner House Museum, The Illustrator's Moment, July-October 1...
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1920s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Canvas, Oil

A Real Happy New Year, Amoco Advertisement
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature: Signed Monogram Lower Left Sight Size 20.00" x 45.00", Framed 26.00" x 51.00" This piece was used for at least two separate Amoco advertisements. "A Real Happy New...
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1940s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Canvas, Oil

Matador
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Signature: Unsigned
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20th Century Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil

General Douglas MacArthur
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature: Signed Lower Right In the Timken War Bond campaign, JC Leyendecker completed more than a dozen paintings that were rep...
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1940s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil, Canvas

George Washington, Study for Saturday Evening Post Cover
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature: Signed Lower Left Saturday Evening Post Cover, February 25, 1939
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1930s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil, Canvas

Living Mannequin, The Saturday Evening Post cover, March 5, 1932
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature: Signed lower right: JC Leyendecker Living Mannequin sold at the U.S. War Bond at the United States Treasury-Saturday E...
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1930s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Canvas, Oil

Study for 'Who, Me Work?' Saturday Evening Post Cover
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil on Board Signature: Signed Center Left Study for Saturday Evening Post Cover 'Who, Me Work?' January 23, 1926
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1920s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Board, Oil

Easter, Saturday Evening Post Cover April 19, 1930
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature: Signed Lower Right Saturday Evening Post Cover, April 19, 1930
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1930s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Canvas, Oil

Peeling Apples, Thanksgiving Saturday Evening Post Cover, 1925
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature: Signed Middle Right Cover of The Saturday Evening Post, November 28, 1925 Literature: The Saturday Evening Post, November 28, 1925, cover illustra...
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1920s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Canvas, Oil

Lucky Bag Girl
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Hand Painted Fine Print Signature: Signed Lower Left
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1910s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Paint

Study for Saturday Evening Post Cover, Easter Edition
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil on Canvas Mounted to Archival Board Signature: Unsigned Sight Size 17.625” x 14.375;" Framed 23.063” x 20.125" Custom Gilt Framing: Thanhardt Burger (formerly Newcomb Mac...
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1910s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil, Canvas, Board

The Candidate, Saturday Evening Post Cover, 1917
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Signature: Signed Lower Left Medium: Oil on Canvas Saturday Evening Post Cover, September 18, 1920 - Leyendecker addressed the theme of American patriotism in several ways. His famous Fourth of July covers asserted the import of American independence through stock characters: George Washington, Uncle Sam, the Statue of Liberty, colonial Freedom Fighters, and modern-day soldiers. In addition, his World War I and World War II covers depicted soldiers proudly defending their country. Leyendecker also profiled U.S. presidents and historical figures - George Washington, Robert E. Lee, William Howard Taft...
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1920s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Canvas, Oil

Policeman and School Children, SEP Cover, Oct. 3, 1931
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Signature: Signed Lower Right Cover Illustration: Saturday Evening Post, October 3, 1931
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1930s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Canvas, Oil

Study for 'Trimming the Pie'
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Signature: Unsigned Medium: Oil and Charcoal on Canvas This piece is a preparatory study for J.C. Leyendecker’s final painting, Trimming the Pie (19...
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1930s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Charcoal, Canvas, Oil

"Mortmain" by Arthur Train, Book Illustration, 1918
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature: Signed Lower Right
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20th Century Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil, Canvas

Yard Work, Saturday Evening Post Cover, Nov. 6, 1937
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Signature: Signed Lower Right Cover Illustration: Saturday Evening Post, November 6, 1937
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1930s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Canvas, Oil

The Story Teller, The Saturday Evening Post Cover Study, December 1, 1934
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature: Unsigned Study for the Saturday Evening Post Cover, December 1, 1934
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1930s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil, Canvas

'Goin' South' Saturday Evening Post Cover Study
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature: Unsigned 'Goin' South' Saturday Evening Post Cover Study
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1930s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Canvas, Oil

Doctor Looking into Childs Mouth, Study for SEP Cover, 1930
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil on Canvas Study for the November 22, 1930 cover illustration of The Saturday Evening Post.
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1930s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil, Canvas

Sick Man, Saturday Evening Post Cover Study, 1917
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil on Canvas March 10, 1917 Preliminary Study for The Saturday Evening Post Cover
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1910s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil, Canvas

Thanksgiving, The Saturday Evening Post cover, November 12, 1910
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil on Canvas Laid on Panel Signature: Signed Lower Right The Saturday Evening Post cover, November 12, 1910
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1910s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Canvas, Oil, Panel

Kuppenheimer Man
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil on Canvas Used for signage and marketing purposes. Thanhardt-Burger carved gilt frame. Painting is fully conserved. Client / Usage: K...
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1910s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil, Canvas

Study for 'Flowers for the President'
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil on Canvas Signature: Unsigned Sight Size 23.50" x 27.25", Framed 29.50" x 33.00" The present work is a study for Flowers for the President c...
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1930s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil, Canvas

The Soldiers' Charge, Carter's Monthly Magazine Cover
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Date: 1898 Medium: Ink and Gouache on Paper Affixed to Board Dimensions: 16.50" x 12.00" Signature: Signed Lower Left Carter's Monthly, March 1898, cover illustration. Decades lat...
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1890s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Paper, Ink, Gouache, Board

Study for 'Christmas Peek, ' Saturday Evening Post Cover
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil and Pencil on Canvas Laid Down on Board Study for the December 23rd, 1939 issue The Saturday Evening Post.
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1930s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Oil, Canvas, Board, Pencil

Study for 'Happy Landing' Amoco Ad
By Joseph Christian Leyendecker
Located in Fort Washington, PA
Medium: Oil and Pencil on Canvas Signature: Unsigned During his over four decades as the preeminent illustrator for The Saturday Evening Post, Joseph Christian Leyendecker's clever illustrations were eagerly anticipated by enthusiastic readership across the country, and none more so than his holiday designs. One of Leyendecker's most celebrated creations was his groundbreaking idea of the New Year's Baby. Originally portrayed as a fleshy sweet-faced child complete with tiny angel wings, the New Year's Baby gradually morphed into a worldly tot acutely aware of the social and political issues facing the nation at the time. In fact, Leyendecker's final Post cover illustration was the 1943 New Year's Baby. Following the success of these Post covers, the artist was hired to create advertisements for the American Oil Company (AMOCO). Throughout the 1940s and through the final years of his life, Leyendecker produced ads incorporating his famed New Year's Baby into AMOCO advertisements, as in the present work, Happy Landing...
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1940s Joseph Christian Leyendecker Art

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Pencil, Oil, Canvas

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