Ethel McClellan Plummer

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Cover art for Vanity Fair magazine, June 1914. Scanned from the artist's original sketch in India ink, gouache, and watercolor over pencil. Digitally restored.
Ethel Plummer, from a 1916 publication.

Ethel McClellan Plummer (1888–1936) was an American artist[1] who resided primarily in New York.[2] She worked primarily with drawings, prints, and paintings.[2] She was the Vice President of the Society of Illustrators and Artists and exhibited at the Society of Independent Artists in 1910, the MacDowell Club in 1915, the Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture by Women Artists for the Benefit of Woman Suffrange Campaign at the Macbeth Gallery (1915). She worked as an illustrator for various magazines, including Life, Vogue, Shadowland, and Vanity Fair.[3]


  1. ^ "Checklist of the Exhibition - American Beauties: Drawings from the Golden Age of Illustration". Library of Congress. March 30, 2004. Retrieved 10 December 2009. 
  2. ^ a b "CLARA". Washington, D.C.: National Museum of Women in the Arts. 2008. Retrieved 10 December 2009. 
  3. ^ Henri, Robert; Marian Wardle; Sarah Burns (2005). Marian Wardle, ed. American Women Modernists: The Legacy of Robert Henri, 1910-1945. Brigham Young University Museum of Art. Rutgers University Press. p. 205. ISBN 978-0-8135-3684-2. Retrieved 10 December 2009.