Harry Anderson was an American illustrator and a member of the Illustrator’s Hall of Fame. A devout Seventh-day Adventist artist, he is best known for Christian-themed illustrations he painted for the Adventist church and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). He was also a popular illustrator of short stories in American weekly magazines during the 1930s and early 1940s.
Creating artwork for national magazines, billboard posters and designing of national advertising campaigns, Harold Anderson was dedicated to illustration and commercial art. He lived in Old Greenwich, Connecticut in the 1940s and Nahant, Massachusetts in the late 1950s. Anderson was trained at the Fenway School of Illustration Art with Chase Emerson, Harold Brett and Arthur Spear.
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