On this day, November 26, 1976, illustrator Henry Clarence Pitz died Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Pitz not only worked as an illustrator and illustration teached, he wrote some of the earliest books chronicling the explosion of illustration art in the United States. He also coined the term the Brandywine School creating the misperception that that was the name of Howard Pyle’s School of Art.
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