“Ruth’s cheeks flushed, her eyes became
starry.” [published caption.] Story illustration
for chapter 11 of the serialized version of
“Impersonation of a Lady” by Maude Parker,
Oil on canvas. 730x1308 mm; 28
inches. Signed in lower left image (slightly
obscured by frame). Gold wood frame.
Accompanied by a copy of the magazine.
Carter (1891-1955) taught alongside N.C.
Wyeth and Harvey Dunn at the Grand Central
Art School. His works appeared in all the major
publications of the day, including Life, Ladies’
Home Journal, andWoman’s Home Companion
throughout the 1930’s and ’40s. He was
inducted into the Society of Illustrators Hall of
Fame in 1988.
“You! The man I danced with!” [published
caption.] Story illustration for “The Stolen
God” by Edison Marshall, published in
February, 1936. Oil on
canvas, mounted to board. 794x292 mm;
inches, on 35
Signed and dated 1935 in lower left image.
Several horizontal creases and cracks.
Matted and framed. Accompanied by a
copy of the magazine.