Born July 19~ Marcel Moore

Marcel Moore (July 19, 1892-February 19, 1972) was a French illustrator, collage artist, and designer. She is best known for her collaborative writing and photography with her partner Claude Cahun.
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Judith by Marcel Moore
1926 / Illustration for Claude Cahun’s Héroïnes series of monologues / Jersey Heritage Trust

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Born July 2~ Fumiko Hori

Fumiko Hori (July 2, 1918-February 5, 2019) was a Japanese artist best known for her paintings in the modern Japanese style of Nihonga.
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Bippu to Chocho [Bip and the Butterfly] illustrated by Fumiko Hori
1956 / Written by Jun’ichi Yoda/ Published by Fukuinkan Shoten

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Born July 1~ Alice Barber Stephens

Alice Barber Stephens (July 1, 1858-July 13, 1932) was an American painter and engraver, best remembered for her illustrations.
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“Selma threw herself at full length on the ground” by Alice Barber Stephens
1895 / Watercolor and gouache / Sheet size: 21-1/2″x14-3/5″
Illustration for story “Three Chapters” by Gertrude Blake Stanton / The Cosmopolitan magazine / April 1895

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Born June 29~ Helen Hokinson

Helen Elna Hokinson (June 29, 1893-November 1, 1949) was an American cartoonist and book illustrator best known for her work for The New Yorker.
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Born June 25~ Rose O’Neill

Rose Cecil O’Neill (June 25, 1874-April 6, 1944) was an American artist and writer who became the best-known and highest-paid female commercial illustrator in the US after creating the Kewpie.
Biography on Wikipedia:

“Looking in at the Windows” by Rose O’Neill
Original art for page 85 of The Loves of Edwy, Lothrop Publishing Co.
c.1904 / Ink on Paper / 21-7/10″x15-1/5″ / Drury University Art Collection, Springfield, MO

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Born June 19~ Maginel Wright Enright Barney

Maginel Wright Enright Barney (June 19, 1881-April 18, 1966) was an American children’s book illustrator and graphic artist. She was the younger sister of Frank Lloyd Wright and the mother of Elizabeth Enright.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Cover for Woman’s World, August 1919 by Maginel Wright Enright Barney
1919 / Ink, watercolor, gouache, and graphite on illustration board
17-1/8″x9-3/16″ / Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE

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Born May 22~ Lorraine Fox

Lorraine Fox (May 22, 1922-1976) was an artist whose work included illustrating magazines, book covers, and advertisements. She was inducted into the Society of Illustrators’ Hall of Fame in 1979.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Red Girl Illustration by Lorraine Fox
c.1966 / Mixed Media on Board / 28″x18″ / Private collection

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Born April 18~ Clara Elsene Peck

Clara Elsene Peck (April 18, 1883-February 1968) was an early 20th century American illustrator and painter.
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Shake-speares Sweetheart by Sara Hawks Sterling / Illustrated by Clara Elsene Peck
1905 / Hard Cover / 282pp / Published by George W. Jacobs & Co., Philadelphia

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Born March 22~ Cecile Walton

Cecile Walton (March 29, 1891-April 23, 1956) was a Scottish painter, illustrator, and sculptor.
Biography on Wikipedia:

Spirit of the Sea by Cecile Walton
N.D. / Pencil and watercolor with touches of gouache, on paper / 9 1/2″x6″ / Private collection

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Born February 14~ Marion Mahony Griffin

Architect, community planner, and delineator Marion Mahony Griffin, the second woman to graduate in architecture from MIT, worked in the United States, Australia, and India.
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Marion Mahony Griffin on the Ryerson and Burnham Art & Architecture Archive

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