Warren B. Davis

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Warren B. Davis (1865–1928) is an American painter and illustrator known for his dry-point etchings and tempera paintings of idealized young women. Davis studied at the Art Students League in New York and is often compared to similar artists of his time, N.C. Wyeth and Maxfield Parrish.

His commercial work include illustrations for Vanity Fair,[1] Life Magazine,[2] and The Ladies World.[3]

Now his work can be seen at The Richter Gallery in Bellows Falls, Vermont[4] and at the Cleveland Museum of Art.[5]

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