Robert Lawson


Born
in New York City, The United States
October 04, 1892

Died
May 27, 1957

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Born in New York City, Lawson spent his early life in Montclair, New Jersey. Following high school, he studied art for three years under illustrator Howard Giles (an advocate of dynamic symmetry as conceived by Jay Hambidge) at the New York School of Fine and Applied Art (now Parsons School of Design), marrying fellow artist and illustrator Marie Abrams in 1922. His career as an illustrator began in 1914, when his illustration for a poem about the invasion of Belgium was published in Harper's Weekly. He went on to publish in other magazines, including the Ladies Home Journal, Everybody's Magazine, Century Magazine, Vogue, and Designer.

During World War I, Lawson was a member of the first U.S. Army camouflage unit (called the American Camoufl
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“THERE IS ENOUGH FOR ALL.”
Robert Lawson, Rabbit Hill

“Going to fetch Uncle Analdas. Have you been by the Hill?"
Just left there," Robin answered. "Everybody's excited. Seems there's new Folks coming."
Yes, I know," cried Little Georgie eagerly. "I've just made a song about it. Wouldn't you like to hear it? It goes like -"
No, thanks," called Robin.”
Robert Lawson, Rabbit Hill
tags: humor

“I've made up a song about the new Folks," he (Little Georgie)added eagerly. "Would you like to hear it?"
Don't think I would," answered Uncle Analdas.”
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