Clarence Coles Phillips was an American artist probably better known for his ‘Fadeaway Girls’ where the figures clothing matched the background. The elements of the picture were cleverly composed so the edges of the clothing could still be defined by the viewer.
His elegant women featured on covers, editorial pages and adverts of many popular national US magazines of early 1900s. These included periodicals such as Life, Good Housekeeping, The Saturday Evening Post and others. His advertising work included clients such as Community Plate Silverware, Holeproof and Luxite Hosiery, Overland Automobiles, Apollo Chocolates and many more.
This unique collection contains 176 pages of full colour plates, mostly full page, from various magazine ads and covers. The images have been cleaned and restored by our studio and are presented in a specially produced PDF ebook. All of the illustrations are embedded in the PDF ebook in high resolution (300 dpi, large file size) for high quality print reproductions or to copy and use in your own projects
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