Ernest Hamlin Baker

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Ernest Hamlin Baker
Born
Ernest Hamlin Baker

1889
Died1975
Alma materColgate University
StyleCartoonist

Ernest Hamlin Baker (1889-1975)[1] was an American artist and illustrator from Poughkeepsie, New York.[2]

Ernest Hamlin Baker illustration of Howard Hughes on the cover of TIME Magazine, July 1948

He illustrated more than 300 covers for Time magazine.[3][4] He also made posters for the American Legion.

He drew political cartoons for Poughkeepsie's Evening Star newspaper.[3]

He graduated from Colgate University.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Gallery: Ernest Hamlin Baker".
  2. ^ "Ernest Hamlin Baker, the Alphabet of Illustrators".
  3. ^ a b "Drawing Distinction (The Colgate Scene, May 2002)".
  4. ^ "Ernest Baker".

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