Joseph Bowler

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Joseph Bowler (born 1928, Forest Hills, New York[1]) is an artist and illustrator.

Bowler was a regular illustrator for the likes of Cosmopolitan Magazine and Ladies' Home Journal[2] in the often proclaimed Second Illustrative Golden Age after the Second World War.

An apprentice of the Charles E. Cooper Art Studio in New York,[3] Bowler was named The Artists' Guild of New York Artist of the Year in 1967. The award was a break for Bowler, who between 1968 and 1971 illustrated Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy for Ladies' Home Journal, and David Eisenhower and his wife Julie for The Saturday Evening Post.

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  1. ^ Joseph Bowler's Official Website. Retrieved 08 January 2009.
  2. ^ American Art Archives article on some of Joseph Bowler's Illustrative Work. Retrieved 08 January 2009.
  3. ^ A Short Biography on Joseph Bowler. Retrieved 08 January 2009.
  4. ^ Society of Illustrators Hall of Fame. Retrieved 08 January 2009.