Gordon Ross

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Gordon Ross is a listed illustrator, born in Scotland in 1873.

He sailed to San Francisco, California as a teenager and studied at the Mark Hopkins Art Institute and worked in the art department of the San Francisco Chronicle until 1904. He moved to New York and became a book illustrator, working on books such as Merry Wives Of Windsor, Great Expectations, and The Pickwick Papers.

He exhibited his works at the Bohemian Club, the American Arts Association, and the New York Times. The subject Thomas Lipton (1848 - 1931) was an internationally known businessman and yachtsman. Gordon Ross died in 1946.

More details of this artwork are below.

Title

Sir Thomas J. Lipton

Artist

Gordon Ross, Scottish-American ~ 1873 - 1946

Dated

1931

Signed

Lower Right

Medium

Hand-colored Lithograph

Price

1500.00

Size

22.75" by 15.25"

Style

Portraiture

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