On this day, June 26, 1905, illustrator Lynd Ward was born in Chicago, Illinois. Ward studied art at Columbia Teachers College and for a year at the National Academy of Graphic Arts and Bookmaking in Leipzig. His illustrations were primarily produced by woodcuts. In 1929 Ward was inspired to create his own wordless novel, God’s Man: A Novel in Woodcuts.
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