Present another find from the
TARZANA TREASURE VAULTS
"J. Allen St. John taught classes for my grandfather, Frank H. Young, who was the founder of the American Academy of Art in Chicago. While St. John was a life-drawing instructor at the American Academy, he drew a wonderful charcoal portrait of my grandfather. It's probably the most remarkable charcoal portrait I've ever seen, as the original is only about 5"x7" and it currently adorns my office wall. Obviously, some of the wonderful tonality is lost in this shot through the glass, but you get the idea." ~ Gary Young
RARE ART By J. ALLEN ST. JOHN
Recently Discovered Framed Paintings
James Allen St. John
Two watercolors, one vertical 28" x 19", one horizontal 19" x 28"
Both of these two great pieces are signed with his trademark St. J.
CONTACT: Mark Links
Harold Bell Wright's The Re-Creation of Brian Kent with illustrations by J. Allen St. John. (above)
The Canyon of No Return
A.C. McClurg & Co., Chicago, 1932
A dust jacket in colour.
From the Raymond Cuthbert Collection
The Corner Stone by Margaret Hill McCarter
A.C. McClurg & Co., Chicago, 1945
From the Hillman Collection
From ERB C.H.A.S.E.R. Illustrated Bibliography: ERBzine 0736
Swords of Mars
ERB, Inc. 1936
John Carter and the Giant of Mars
Amazing Stories, January 1941
From ERB C.H.A.S.E.R. Illustrated Bibliography: ERBzine 0725
J. Allen St. John Features in
ERBzine 0602: St. John Biography and Colour Art Gallery I
ERBzine 0682: Guide to St. John Features in ERBzine
ERBzine 0683: St. John Gallery II ~ Line Art
ERBzine 1642: St. John Gallery III
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