Thure de Thulstrup Biography

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Though all but forgotten by the end of his life and now generally unknown, Thure de Thulstrup was one of the leading illustrators of the last quarter of the nineteenth century. His contemporaries were such artists as A. B. Frost, Charles Dana Gibson, W. T. Smedley, Rufus Zoagbaum, Charles Graham, and W. A. Rogers. His illustrations appeared in Harper's Weekly for more than three decades, and he also did work for many other popular periodicals, including Scribner's Magazine, Century, Outing, and Harper's Monthly. He was praised for his versatility and dependability as well as his ability to work twelve to fifteen hours at a stretch. Because of these characteristics and a special knack for depicting crowd scenes, he was often assigned to cover presidential inaugurations and other important public events. Thulstrup was also considered a specialist in the area of military illustrations, for which he was particularly...

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