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      • Jon Whitcomb (CT,OK,1906-1988) oil painting
        Sep. 10, 2023

        Jon Whitcomb (CT,OK,1906-1988) oil painting

        Est: $425 - $550

        ARTIST: Jon Whitcomb (Connecticut, Oklahoma, 1906 - 1988) TITLE: Baby Boy on a Rocking Horse YEAR: 1964 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Some damages to frame. ART SIZE: 24 x 20 inches / 60 x 50 cm FRAME SIZE: 31 x 27 inches / 78 x 68 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 125033 US Shipping $90 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Illustrator, Jon Whitcomb was born in Weatherford, Oklahoma, and raised in Manitowic, Wisconsin. He attended Ohio Wesleyan University and graduated from Ohio State where he did pictures for the school publications and worked during the summer painting posters for a theater in Cleveland. Whitcomb majored in English with an ambition to write, but switched to art classes. After graduation he was able to obtain work in a series of studios doing travel and theater posters, as well as general advertising illustrations. In 1934, he moved to New York to combine studio work with free-lance illustration. His first illustrations were for Collier's, followed by Good Housekeeping, and then the others in succession as Whitcomb's pretty girls began to attract enthusiastic readership. His career was interrupted by World War II when he was commissioned a Lieutenant, j.g. in the Navy. His assignments varied from mine-sweeping duty to off the East coast, to the Public Relations Department in Washington, to the Pacific as a combat artist with the invasions of Tinian, Saipan, and Peleliu. After hospitalization for tropical infections, he was discharged in 1945 and resumed his art career. During World War II, a series of illustrations for advertisements he created on the theme, "Back Home for Keeps," became a pin-up fad for women deprived of their husbands or sweethearts. Whitcomb's writing ability became useful when he began to do a monthly series of sketches and articles about motion picture stars for Cosmopolitan, called "On Location with Jon Whitcomb." He has also written several short stories, two children's books about poodles, Coco, and Pom Pom's Christmas, and a book about feminine glamour, All About Girls.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Jon Whitcomb (Connecticut, Oklahoma, 1906 - 1988)
        Jun. 30, 2023

        Jon Whitcomb (Connecticut, Oklahoma, 1906 - 1988)

        Est: $100 - $200

        Jon Whitcomb (Connecticut, Oklahoma, 1906 - 1988) Works on Paper. Signed lower left. Approx dimensions: 18" x 18" total, 7.5" x 7" sight. EF/B15/SH:

        Joshua Kodner
      • Jon Whitcomb (CT,OK,1906-1988) oil painting
        Jun. 11, 2023

        Jon Whitcomb (CT,OK,1906-1988) oil painting

        Est: $425 - $550

        ARTIST: Jon Whitcomb (Connecticut, Oklahoma, 1906 - 1988) TITLE: Baby Boy on a Rocking Horse YEAR: 1964 MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. Some damages to frame. ART SIZE: 24 x 20 inches / 60 x 50 cm FRAME SIZE: 31 x 27 inches / 78 x 68 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 125033 US Shipping $90 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Illustrator, Jon Whitcomb was born in Weatherford, Oklahoma, and raised in Manitowic, Wisconsin. He attended Ohio Wesleyan University and graduated from Ohio State where he did pictures for the school publications and worked during the summer painting posters for a theater in Cleveland. Whitcomb majored in English with an ambition to write, but switched to art classes. After graduation he was able to obtain work in a series of studios doing travel and theater posters, as well as general advertising illustrations. In 1934, he moved to New York to combine studio work with free-lance illustration. His first illustrations were for Collier's, followed by Good Housekeeping, and then the others in succession as Whitcomb's pretty girls began to attract enthusiastic readership. His career was interrupted by World War II when he was commissioned a Lieutenant, j.g. in the Navy. His assignments varied from mine-sweeping duty to off the East coast, to the Public Relations Department in Washington, to the Pacific as a combat artist with the invasions of Tinian, Saipan, and Peleliu. After hospitalization for tropical infections, he was discharged in 1945 and resumed his art career. During World War II, a series of illustrations for advertisements he created on the theme, "Back Home for Keeps," became a pin-up fad for women deprived of their husbands or sweethearts. Whitcomb's writing ability became useful when he began to do a monthly series of sketches and articles about motion picture stars for Cosmopolitan, called "On Location with Jon Whitcomb." He has also written several short stories, two children's books about poodles, Coco, and Pom Pom's Christmas, and a book about feminine glamour, All About Girls.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • JOIN THE NAVY NURSE CORPS RECRUITMENT POSTER
        Apr. 26, 2023

        JOIN THE NAVY NURSE CORPS RECRUITMENT POSTER

        Est: $160 - $300

        WWII American Navy Nurse Corps recruitment poster. Artwork by Jon Whitcomb (1906-1988). Poster 710. Mailing folds. 20.5 x 31 inches. Very fine.

        Fairhill Auction LLC
      • Jon Whitcomb, American (1906-1988)
        Jan. 29, 2023

        Jon Whitcomb, American (1906-1988)

        Est: $50 - $100

        Jon Whitcomb, American (1906-1988) Painting Oil on Canvas "Baby Boy on a Rocking Horse". Signed Lower Right & Dated 1964. In Original Carved Wood Frame. Condition: Generally Very Good. Dimensions: Sight-24" x 20". Frame-31" x 27". Provenance: From a Private Long Island, NY Collector. Please note the absence of a Condition Report does not imply that there are no condition issues with this lot. Please contact us for a detailed Condition Report. It is the Buyer's responsibility to inspect each lot and deem their own opinions on Condition, Description, Provenance, and Validity before purchasing. Please make an appointment to preview or ask for Condition Reports. Condition Reports are rendered as an opinion by the staff of the Auction House and not as statements of fact. REMEMBER ALL SALES ARE FINAL AND ALL ITEMS ARE SOLD AS-IS, WHERE IS.

        World Auction Gallery
      • Jon Whitcomb (American, 1906-1988) Stars in Your Eyelashes, unpublished illustra
        Jan. 12, 2023

        Jon Whitcomb (American, 1906-1988) Stars in Your Eyelashes, unpublished illustra

        Est: $600 - $800

        Jon Whitcomb (American, 1906-1988) Stars in Your Eyelashes, unpublished illustration for All about Girls, circa 1962 Conte crayon on paper laid on Masonite 11 x 9 inches (27.9 x 22.9 cm) (image) Signed lower center HID01801242017

        Heritage Auctions
      • Jon Whitcomb (CT,OK,1906-1988) watercolor painting
        Jun. 12, 2022

        Jon Whitcomb (CT,OK,1906-1988) watercolor painting

        Est: $750 - $1,000

        ARTIST: Jon Whitcomb (Connecticut, Oklahoma, 1906 - 1988) NAME: Illustration MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Excellent. Framed under glass. SIGHT SIZE: 17 x 8 inches / 43 x 20 cm FRAME SIZE: 24 x 14 inches / 60 x 35 cm SIGNATURE: lower right SIMILAR ARTISTS: Walter Martin, Stanley Arthurs, Stanley Klimley, Stanley Zuckerberg, David Blossom, August Bleser Jr, Rockwell Kent, Harrison Cady, Dan Smith, Maud Fangel, Frank Schoonover, George McManus, Robert Kennedy Abbett, Mitchell Hooks, Tom Ryan, Albert Wenzell CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116801 US Shipping $60 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US BIOGRAPHY: Illustrator, Jon Whitcomb was born in Weatherford, Oklahoma, and raised in Manitowic, Wisconsin. He attended Ohio Wesleyan University and graduated from Ohio State where he did pictures for the school publications and worked during the summer painting posters for a theater in Cleveland. Whitcomb majored in English with an ambition to write, but switched to art classes. After graduation he was able to obtain work in a series of studios doing travel and theater posters, as well as general advertising illustrations. In 1934, he moved to New York to combine studio work with free-lance illustration. His first illustrations were for Collier's, followed by Good Housekeeping, and then the others in succession as Whitcomb's pretty girls began to attract enthusiastic readership. His career was interrupted by World War II when he was commissioned a Lieutenant, j.g. in the Navy. His assignments varied from mine-sweeping duty to off the East coast, to the Public Relations Department in Washington, to the Pacific as a combat artist with the invasions of Tinian, Saipan, and Peleliu. After hospitalization for tropical infections, he was discharged in 1945 and resumed his art career. During World War II, a series of illustrations for advertisements he created on the theme, "Back Home for Keeps," became a pin-up fad for women deprived of their husbands or sweethearts. Whitcomb's writing ability became useful when he began to do a monthly series of sketches and articles about motion picture stars for Cosmopolitan, called "On Location with Jon Whitcomb." He has also written several short stories, two children's books about poodles, Coco, and Pom Pom's Christmas, and a book about feminine glamour, All About Girls.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Jon Whitcomb (CT,OK,1906-1988) watercolor painting
        Mar. 13, 2022

        Jon Whitcomb (CT,OK,1906-1988) watercolor painting

        Est: $800 - $1,050

        ARTIST: Jon Whitcomb (Connecticut, Oklahoma, 1906 - 1988) NAME: Illustration MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Excellent. Framed under glass. SIGHT SIZE: 17 x 8 inches / 43 x 20 cm FRAME SIZE: 24 x 14 inches / 60 x 35 cm SIGNATURE: lower right SIMILAR ARTISTS: Walter Martin, Stanley Arthurs, Stanley Klimley, Stanley Zuckerberg, David Blossom, August Bleser Jr, Rockwell Kent, Harrison Cady, Dan Smith, Maud Fangel, Frank Schoonover, George McManus, Robert Kennedy Abbett, Mitchell Hooks, Tom Ryan, Albert Wenzell CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116801 US Shipping $60 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US BIOGRAPHY: Illustrator, Jon Whitcomb was born in Weatherford, Oklahoma, and raised in Manitowic, Wisconsin. He attended Ohio Wesleyan University and graduated from Ohio State where he did pictures for the school publications and worked during the summer painting posters for a theater in Cleveland. Whitcomb majored in English with an ambition to write, but switched to art classes. After graduation he was able to obtain work in a series of studios doing travel and theater posters, as well as general advertising illustrations. In 1934, he moved to New York to combine studio work with free-lance illustration. His first illustrations were for Collier's, followed by Good Housekeeping, and then the others in succession as Whitcomb's pretty girls began to attract enthusiastic readership. His career was interrupted by World War II when he was commissioned a Lieutenant, j.g. in the Navy. His assignments varied from mine-sweeping duty to off the East coast, to the Public Relations Department in Washington, to the Pacific as a combat artist with the invasions of Tinian, Saipan, and Peleliu. After hospitalization for tropical infections, he was discharged in 1945 and resumed his art career. During World War II, a series of illustrations for advertisements he created on the theme, "Back Home for Keeps," became a pin-up fad for women deprived of their husbands or sweethearts. Whitcomb's writing ability became useful when he began to do a monthly series of sketches and articles about motion picture stars for Cosmopolitan, called "On Location with Jon Whitcomb." He has also written several short stories, two children's books about poodles, Coco, and Pom Pom's Christmas, and a book about feminine glamour, All About Girls.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Jon Whitcomb (CT,OK,1906-1988) watercolor painting
        Dec. 12, 2021

        Jon Whitcomb (CT,OK,1906-1988) watercolor painting

        Est: $850 - $1,100

        ARTIST: Jon Whitcomb (Connecticut, Oklahoma, 1906 - 1988) NAME: Illustration MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Excellent. Framed under glass. SIGHT SIZE: 17 x 8 inches / 43 x 20 cm FRAME SIZE: 24 x 14 inches / 60 x 35 cm SIGNATURE: lower right SIMILAR ARTISTS: Walter Martin, Stanley Arthurs, Stanley Klimley, Stanley Zuckerberg, David Blossom, August Bleser Jr, Rockwell Kent, Harrison Cady, Dan Smith, Maud Fangel, Frank Schoonover, George McManus, Robert Kennedy Abbett, Mitchell Hooks, Tom Ryan, Albert Wenzell CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116801 US Shipping $60 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US BIOGRAPHY: Illustrator, Jon Whitcomb was born in Weatherford, Oklahoma, and raised in Manitowic, Wisconsin. He attended Ohio Wesleyan University and graduated from Ohio State where he did pictures for the school publications and worked during the summer painting posters for a theater in Cleveland. Whitcomb majored in English with an ambition to write, but switched to art classes. After graduation he was able to obtain work in a series of studios doing travel and theater posters, as well as general advertising illustrations. In 1934, he moved to New York to combine studio work with free-lance illustration. His first illustrations were for Collier's, followed by Good Housekeeping, and then the others in succession as Whitcomb's pretty girls began to attract enthusiastic readership. His career was interrupted by World War II when he was commissioned a Lieutenant, j.g. in the Navy. His assignments varied from mine-sweeping duty to off the East coast, to the Public Relations Department in Washington, to the Pacific as a combat artist with the invasions of Tinian, Saipan, and Peleliu. After hospitalization for tropical infections, he was discharged in 1945 and resumed his art career. During World War II, a series of illustrations for advertisements he created on the theme, "Back Home for Keeps," became a pin-up fad for women deprived of their husbands or sweethearts. Whitcomb's writing ability became useful when he began to do a monthly series of sketches and articles about motion picture stars for Cosmopolitan, called "On Location with Jon Whitcomb." He has also written several short stories, two children's books about poodles, Coco, and Pom Pom's Christmas, and a book about feminine glamour, All About Girls.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Jon Whitcomb (CT,OK,1906-1988) watercolor painting
        Sep. 12, 2021

        Jon Whitcomb (CT,OK,1906-1988) watercolor painting

        Est: $900 - $1,150

        ARTIST: Jon Whitcomb (Connecticut, Oklahoma, 1906 - 1988) NAME: Illustration MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Excellent. Framed under glass. SIGHT SIZE: 17 x 8 inches / 43 x 20 cm FRAME SIZE: 24 x 14 inches / 60 x 35 cm SIGNATURE: lower right SIMILAR ARTISTS: Walter Martin, Stanley Arthurs, Stanley Klimley, Stanley Zuckerberg, David Blossom, August Bleser Jr, Rockwell Kent, Harrison Cady, Dan Smith, Maud Fangel, Frank Schoonover, George McManus, Robert Kennedy Abbett, Mitchell Hooks, Tom Ryan, Albert Wenzell CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116801 US Shipping $60 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US BIOGRAPHY: Illustrator, Jon Whitcomb was born in Weatherford, Oklahoma, and raised in Manitowic, Wisconsin. He attended Ohio Wesleyan University and graduated from Ohio State where he did pictures for the school publications and worked during the summer painting posters for a theater in Cleveland. Whitcomb majored in English with an ambition to write, but switched to art classes. After graduation he was able to obtain work in a series of studios doing travel and theater posters, as well as general advertising illustrations. In 1934, he moved to New York to combine studio work with free-lance illustration. His first illustrations were for Collier's, followed by Good Housekeeping, and then the others in succession as Whitcomb's pretty girls began to attract enthusiastic readership. His career was interrupted by World War II when he was commissioned a Lieutenant, j.g. in the Navy. His assignments varied from mine-sweeping duty to off the East coast, to the Public Relations Department in Washington, to the Pacific as a combat artist with the invasions of Tinian, Saipan, and Peleliu. After hospitalization for tropical infections, he was discharged in 1945 and resumed his art career. During World War II, a series of illustrations for advertisements he created on the theme, "Back Home for Keeps," became a pin-up fad for women deprived of their husbands or sweethearts. Whitcomb's writing ability became useful when he began to do a monthly series of sketches and articles about motion picture stars for Cosmopolitan, called "On Location with Jon Whitcomb." He has also written several short stories, two children's books about poodles, Coco, and Pom Pom's Christmas, and a book about feminine glamour, All About Girls.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • JON WHITCOMB (1906-1988) "Jean Harlow Applying Lipstick."
        Jun. 24, 2021

        JON WHITCOMB (1906-1988) "Jean Harlow Applying Lipstick."

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        JON WHITCOMB (1906-1988) "Jean Harlow Applying Lipstick." Mixed media, including conté crayon and graphite on board. 255x215 mm; 10x8 1/2 inches, on 14x10-inch board. Signed "Jon Whitcomb" in lower right image. Not dated. Taped to border of spacer boards with window matte; framed. Provenance: Estate of William F. Brown and Tina Tippit Brown.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • JON WHITCOMB (1906-1988) "Clara Bow."
        Jun. 24, 2021

        JON WHITCOMB (1906-1988) "Clara Bow."

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        JON WHITCOMB (1906-1988) "Clara Bow." Mixed media, including conté crayon and graphite on board. 230x150 mm; 9x6 inches, on 12 3/4x10-inch board. Signed "Jon Whitcomb" in lower right image. Not dated. Taped to window matte; framed. Provenance: Illustration House, January 9, 1976; Estate of William F. Brown and Tina Tippit Brown.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • Jon Whitcomb (CT,OK,1906-1988) watercolor painting
        Jun. 06, 2021

        Jon Whitcomb (CT,OK,1906-1988) watercolor painting

        Est: $950 - $1,250

        ARTIST: Jon Whitcomb (Connecticut, Oklahoma, 1906 - 1988) NAME: Illustration MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Excellent. Framed under glass. SIGHT SIZE: 17 x 8 inches / 43 x 20 cm FRAME SIZE: 24 x 14 inches / 60 x 35 cm SIGNATURE: lower right SIMILAR ARTISTS: Walter Martin, Stanley Arthurs, Stanley Klimley, Stanley Zuckerberg, David Blossom, August Bleser Jr, Rockwell Kent, Harrison Cady, Dan Smith, Maud Fangel, Frank Schoonover, George McManus, Robert Kennedy Abbett, Mitchell Hooks, Tom Ryan, Albert Wenzell CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116801 US Shipping $60 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US BIOGRAPHY: Illustrator, Jon Whitcomb was born in Weatherford, Oklahoma, and raised in Manitowic, Wisconsin. He attended Ohio Wesleyan University and graduated from Ohio State where he did pictures for the school publications and worked during the summer painting posters for a theater in Cleveland. Whitcomb majored in English with an ambition to write, but switched to art classes. After graduation he was able to obtain work in a series of studios doing travel and theater posters, as well as general advertising illustrations. In 1934, he moved to New York to combine studio work with free-lance illustration. His first illustrations were for Collier's, followed by Good Housekeeping, and then the others in succession as Whitcomb's pretty girls began to attract enthusiastic readership. His career was interrupted by World War II when he was commissioned a Lieutenant, j.g. in the Navy. His assignments varied from mine-sweeping duty to off the East coast, to the Public Relations Department in Washington, to the Pacific as a combat artist with the invasions of Tinian, Saipan, and Peleliu. After hospitalization for tropical infections, he was discharged in 1945 and resumed his art career. During World War II, a series of illustrations for advertisements he created on the theme, "Back Home for Keeps," became a pin-up fad for women deprived of their husbands or sweethearts. Whitcomb's writing ability became useful when he began to do a monthly series of sketches and articles about motion picture stars for Cosmopolitan, called "On Location with Jon Whitcomb." He has also written several short stories, two children's books about poodles, Coco, and Pom Pom's Christmas, and a book about feminine glamour, All About Girls.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Jon Whitcomb (CT,OK,1906-1988) watercolor painting
        Mar. 07, 2021

        Jon Whitcomb (CT,OK,1906-1988) watercolor painting

        Est: $900 - $1,000

        ARTIST: Jon Whitcomb (Connecticut, Oklahoma, 1906 - 1988) NAME: Illustration MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Excellent. Framed under glass. SIGHT SIZE: 17 x 8 inches / 43 x 20 cm FRAME SIZE: 24 x 14 inches / 60 x 35 cm SIGNATURE: lower right SIMILAR ARTISTS: Walter Martin, Stanley Arthurs, Stanley Klimley, Stanley Zuckerberg, David Blossom, August Bleser Jr, Rockwell Kent, Harrison Cady, Dan Smith, Maud Fangel, Frank Schoonover, George McManus, Robert Kennedy Abbett, Mitchell Hooks, Tom Ryan, Albert Wenzell CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116801 US Shipping $60 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US BIOGRAPHY: Illustrator, Jon Whitcomb was born in Weatherford, Oklahoma, and raised in Manitowic, Wisconsin. He attended Ohio Wesleyan University and graduated from Ohio State where he did pictures for the school publications and worked during the summer painting posters for a theater in Cleveland. Whitcomb majored in English with an ambition to write, but switched to art classes. After graduation he was able to obtain work in a series of studios doing travel and theater posters, as well as general advertising illustrations. In 1934, he moved to New York to combine studio work with free-lance illustration. His first illustrations were for Collier's, followed by Good Housekeeping, and then the others in succession as Whitcomb's pretty girls began to attract enthusiastic readership. His career was interrupted by World War II when he was commissioned a Lieutenant, j.g. in the Navy. His assignments varied from mine-sweeping duty to off the East coast, to the Public Relations Department in Washington, to the Pacific as a combat artist with the invasions of Tinian, Saipan, and Peleliu. After hospitalization for tropical infections, he was discharged in 1945 and resumed his art career. During World War II, a series of illustrations for advertisements he created on the theme, "Back Home for Keeps," became a pin-up fad for women deprived of their husbands or sweethearts. Whitcomb's writing ability became useful when he began to do a monthly series of sketches and articles about motion picture stars for Cosmopolitan, called "On Location with Jon Whitcomb." He has also written several short stories, two children's books about poodles, Coco, and Pom Pom's Christmas, and a book about feminine glamour, All About Girls.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • JON WHITCOMB (USA 190-1988) MIXED MEDIA WORK
        Dec. 15, 2020

        JON WHITCOMB (USA 190-1988) MIXED MEDIA WORK

        Est: $50 - $100

        Attriibuted to Jon Whitcomb (AMERICAN / CONNECTICUT / OKLAHOMA, 1906 - 1988) ink and gouache mixed media work on newspaper with stock prices depicting a movie scene with lovers. Possibly signed under mat.Mountedin a burl veneer wooden frame with mat behind glass screen. Work measures approx. 13" height x 19" width (33cm x 48.3cm) to sight. Measures approx. 20 1/4" height x 26 1/4" width (41.4cm 66.7cm) overallincludingframe.

        Elite Auctioneers, LLC
      • Jon Whitcomb (CT,OK,1906-1988) watercolor painting
        Dec. 06, 2020

        Jon Whitcomb (CT,OK,1906-1988) watercolor painting

        Est: $950 - $1,050

        ARTIST: Jon Whitcomb (Connecticut, Oklahoma, 1906 - 1988) NAME: Illustration MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Excellent. Framed under glass. SIGHT SIZE: 17 x 8 inches / 43 x 20 cm FRAME SIZE: 24 x 14 inches / 60 x 35 cm SIGNATURE: lower right SIMILAR ARTISTS: Walter Martin, Stanley Arthurs, Stanley Klimley, Stanley Zuckerberg, David Blossom, August Bleser Jr, Rockwell Kent, Harrison Cady, Dan Smith, Maud Fangel, Frank Schoonover, George McManus, Robert Kennedy Abbett, Mitchell Hooks, Tom Ryan, Albert Wenzell CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116801 US Shipping $60 + insurance. AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US BIOGRAPHY: Illustrator, Jon Whitcomb was born in Weatherford, Oklahoma, and raised in Manitowic, Wisconsin. He attended Ohio Wesleyan University and graduated from Ohio State where he did pictures for the school publications and worked during the summer painting posters for a theater in Cleveland. Whitcomb majored in English with an ambition to write, but switched to art classes. After graduation he was able to obtain work in a series of studios doing travel and theater posters, as well as general advertising illustrations. In 1934, he moved to New York to combine studio work with free-lance illustration. His first illustrations were for Collier's, followed by Good Housekeeping, and then the others in succession as Whitcomb's pretty girls began to attract enthusiastic readership. His career was interrupted by World War II when he was commissioned a Lieutenant, j.g. in the Navy. His assignments varied from mine-sweeping duty to off the East coast, to the Public Relations Department in Washington, to the Pacific as a combat artist with the invasions of Tinian, Saipan, and Peleliu. After hospitalization for tropical infections, he was discharged in 1945 and resumed his art career. During World War II, a series of illustrations for advertisements he created on the theme, "Back Home for Keeps," became a pin-up fad for women deprived of their husbands or sweethearts. Whitcomb's writing ability became useful when he began to do a monthly series of sketches and articles about motion picture stars for Cosmopolitan, called "On Location with Jon Whitcomb." He has also written several short stories, two children's books about poodles, Coco, and Pom Pom's Christmas, and a book about feminine glamour, All About Girls.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • JON WHITCOMB (USA 190-1988) MIXED MEDIA WORK
        Sep. 08, 2020

        JON WHITCOMB (USA 190-1988) MIXED MEDIA WORK

        Est: $200 - $400

        Attriibuted to Jon Whitcomb (AMERICAN / CONNECTICUT / OKLAHOMA, 1906 - 1988) gouache New York Times newspaper clipping dated 1967 mixed media work depicting a movie scene with female card players. Possibly signedunder mat. Mounted in a black painted wooden fram with mat behind glass screen. Work measures 13" height x 19" width (33cm x 48.3cm) to sight. Measures approx. 20 1/4" height x 26 1/4" width (51.4cm x 66.7cm)overall including frame.

        Elite Auctioneers, LLC
      • JON WHITCOMB (USA 190-1988) PENCIL AND GOUACHE
        Sep. 08, 2020

        JON WHITCOMB (USA 190-1988) PENCIL AND GOUACHE

        Est: $500 - $800

        Jon Whitcomb (AMERICAN / CONNECTICUT / OKLAHOMA, 1906 - 1988) pencil and gouache work depicting a Hollywood scene. Signed to lower right. Mounted in a silver tone metal frame with mat behind acrylic screen. Workmeasures approx. 17 3/4" height x 24 3/4" width (45cm x 62.8cm) to sight. Measures approx. 24 1/4" height x 31 1/4" width (61.6cm x 79.4cm) overall including frame.

        Elite Auctioneers, LLC
      • Jon Whitcomb (CT,OK,1906-1988) watercolor painting
        Sep. 06, 2020

        Jon Whitcomb (CT,OK,1906-1988) watercolor painting

        Est: $950 - $1,050

        ARTIST: Jon Whitcomb (Connecticut, Oklahoma, 1906 - 1988) NAME: Illustration MEDIUM: watercolor on paper CONDITION: Excellent. Framed under glass. SIGHT SIZE: 17 x 8 inches / 43 x 20 cm FRAME SIZE: 24 x 14 inches / 60 x 35 cm SIGNATURE: lower right SIMILAR ARTISTS: Walter Martin, Stanley Arthurs, Stanley Klimley, Stanley Zuckerberg, David Blossom, August Bleser Jr, Rockwell Kent, Harrison Cady, Dan Smith, Maud Fangel, Frank Schoonover, George McManus, Robert Kennedy Abbett, Mitchell Hooks, Tom Ryan, Albert Wenzell CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 116801 WARRANTY: 7 days returns accepted if item doesn't match description US Shipping $60 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Illustrator, Jon Whitcomb was born in Weatherford, Oklahoma, and raised in Manitowic, Wisconsin. He attended Ohio Wesleyan University and graduated from Ohio State where he did pictures for the school publications and worked during the summer painting posters for a theater in Cleveland. Whitcomb majored in English with an ambition to write, but switched to art classes. After graduation he was able to obtain work in a series of studios doing travel and theater posters, as well as general advertising illustrations. In 1934, he moved to New York to combine studio work with free-lance illustration. His first illustrations were for Collier's, followed by Good Housekeeping, and then the others in succession as Whitcomb's pretty girls began to attract enthusiastic readership. His career was interrupted by World War II when he was commissioned a Lieutenant, j.g. in the Navy. His assignments varied from mine-sweeping duty to off the East coast, to the Public Relations Department in Washington, to the Pacific as a combat artist with the invasions of Tinian, Saipan, and Peleliu. After hospitalization for tropical infections, he was discharged in 1945 and resumed his art career. During World War II, a series of illustrations for advertisements he created on the theme, "Back Home for Keeps," became a pin-up fad for women deprived of their husbands or sweethearts. Whitcomb's writing ability became useful when he began to do a monthly series of sketches and articles about motion picture stars for Cosmopolitan, called "On Location with Jon Whitcomb." He has also written several short stories, two children's books about poodles, Coco, and Pom Pom's Christmas, and a book about feminine glamour, All About Girls.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • JON WHITCOMB (1906-1988). PRODUCE FOR YOUR NAVY / VICTORY BEGINS AT HOME! Circa 1940. 40x30 inches, 101x76 cm. Einson-Freeman Co. Inc.,
        Aug. 27, 2020

        JON WHITCOMB (1906-1988). PRODUCE FOR YOUR NAVY / VICTORY BEGINS AT HOME! Circa 1940. 40x30 inches, 101x76 cm. Einson-Freeman Co. Inc.,

        Est: $300 - $400

        JON WHITCOMB (1906-1988) PRODUCE FOR YOUR NAVY / VICTORY BEGINS AT HOME! Circa 1940. 40x30 inches, 101 1/2x76 1/4 cm. Einson-Freeman Co. Inc., Long Island City. Condition B+: tears at edges; creases and abrasions along vertical and horizontal folds; loss in lower left corner. Paper.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • Original 1940s WW II Cadet Nurse Propaganda Poster
        Jun. 09, 2020

        Original 1940s WW II Cadet Nurse Propaganda Poster

        Est: $250 - $450

        Whitcomb, Jon 1906 - 1988. Cadet Nurse - The Girl with a future. Offset 1944. Size: 27.9 x 20 in. (71 x 51 cm). Printer: U.S. Government Printing Office. Condition Details: (A-) was folded, tiny edge tears, corner needle holes.

        PosterConnection Inc.
      • JON WHITCOMB (USA 190-1988) MIXED MEDIA WORK
        Apr. 07, 2020

        JON WHITCOMB (USA 190-1988) MIXED MEDIA WORK

        Est: $300 - $500

        Jon Whitcomb (AMERICAN / CONNECTICUT / OKLAHOMA, 1906 - 1988) pencil and gouache mixed media work on paper depicting woman on white tiger skin rug. Initialed "J.W." to lower right. Mounted in a red painted wooden frame with mat behind glass screen. Work measures approx. 13" height x 20" width (33cm x 51cm) to sight. Measures approx. 21 3/4" height x 29" width (55.2cm x 73.6cm) overall including frame.

        Elite Auctioneers, LLC
      • JON WHITCOMB (USA 190-1988) MIXED MEDIA WORK
        Apr. 07, 2020

        JON WHITCOMB (USA 190-1988) MIXED MEDIA WORK

        Est: $200 - $400

        Attriibuted to Jon Whitcomb (AMERICAN / CONNECTICUT / OKLAHOMA, 1906 - 1988) ink and gouache mixed media work on paper depicting a 1950's Top Burlesque showgirl Sally Rand. Possibly signed under mat. Mounted in ablack painted and brass mounted wooden frame with mat behind glass screen. Work measures approx. 12" height x 26" width (30.5cm x 66cm) to sight. Measures approx. 18" height x 33 3/4" width (45.7cm x 85.7cm) overallincluding frame.

        Elite Auctioneers, LLC
      • JON WHITCOMB (USA 190-1988) MIXED MEDIA WORK
        Apr. 07, 2020

        JON WHITCOMB (USA 190-1988) MIXED MEDIA WORK

        Est: $200 - $400

        Attriibuted to Jon Whitcomb (AMERICAN / CONNECTICUT / OKLAHOMA, 1906 - 1988) ink and gouache mixed media work on newspaper with stock prices depicting a movie scene with lovers. Possibly signed under mat. Mountedin a burl veneer wooden frame with mat behind glass screen. Work measures approx. 13" height x 19" width (33cm x 48.3cm) to sight. Measures approx. 20 1/4" height x 26 1/4" width (41.4cm 66.7cm) overall includingframe.

        Elite Auctioneers, LLC
      • JON WHITCOMB (USA 190-1988) MIXED MEDIA WORK
        Apr. 07, 2020

        JON WHITCOMB (USA 190-1988) MIXED MEDIA WORK

        Est: $200 - $400

        Attriibuted to Jon Whitcomb (AMERICAN / CONNECTICUT / OKLAHOMA, 1906 - 1988) ink and gouache mixed media work depicting a movie actresses. Possibly signed under mat. Mounted in a gold painted wooden fram withmat behind glass screen. Work measures 13 1/2" height x 20 1/2" height (34.2cm x 52.1cm) to sight. Measures approx. 22" height x 29 1/4" width (56cm x 74.3cm) overall including frame.

        Elite Auctioneers, LLC
      • JON WHITCOMB (USA 190-1988) MIXED MEDIA WORK
        Apr. 07, 2020

        JON WHITCOMB (USA 190-1988) MIXED MEDIA WORK

        Est: $200 - $400

        Attriibuted to Jon Whitcomb (AMERICAN / CONNECTICUT / OKLAHOMA, 1906 - 1988) gouache New York Times newspaper clipping dated 1967 mixed media work depicting a movie scene with female card players. Possibly signedunder mat. Mounted in a black painted wooden fram with mat behind glass screen. Work measures 13" height x 19" width (33cm x 48.3cm) to sight. Measures approx. 20 1/4" height x 26 1/4" width (51.4cm x 66.7cm)overall including frame.

        Elite Auctioneers, LLC
      • JON WHITCOMB (USA 190-1988) PENCIL AND GOUACHE
        Apr. 07, 2020

        JON WHITCOMB (USA 190-1988) PENCIL AND GOUACHE

        Est: $500 - $800

        Jon Whitcomb (AMERICAN / CONNECTICUT / OKLAHOMA, 1906 - 1988) pencil and gouache work depicting a Hollywood scene. Signed to lower right. Mounted in a silver tone metal frame with mat behind acrylic screen. Workmeasures approx. 17 3/4" height x 24 3/4" width (45cm x 62.8cm) to sight. Measures approx. 24 1/4" height x 31 1/4" width (61.6cm x 79.4cm) overall including frame.

        Elite Auctioneers, LLC
      • Jon Whitcomb (CT,OK,1906-1988) oil painting
        Dec. 08, 2019

        Jon Whitcomb (CT,OK,1906-1988) oil painting

        Est: $1,800 - $2,000

        ARTIST: Jon Whitcomb (Connecticut, Oklahoma, 1906 - 1988) NAME: John Bull Magazine Cover - Woman's Work MEDIUM: oil on canvasboard CONDITION: Excellent. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 21 x 14 inches / 53 x 35 cm FRAME SIZE: 28 x 20 inches / 70 x 50 cm SIGNATURE: Upper left SIMILAR ARTISTS: Walter Martin, Stanley Arthurs, Stanley Klimley, Stanley Zuckerberg, David Blossom, August Bleser Jr, Rockwell Kent, Harrison Cady, Dan Smith, Maud Fangel, Frank Schoonover, George McManus, Robert Kennedy Abbett, Mitchell Hooks, Tom Ryan, Albert Wenzell CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 115208 WARRANTY: 7 days returns accepted if item doesn't match description US Shipping $75 + insurance. Jon Whitcomb (Connecticut, Oklahoma, 1906 - 1988) Illustrator, Jon Whitcomb was born in Weatherford, Oklahoma, and raised in Manitowic, Wisconsin. He attended Ohio Wesleyan University and graduated from Ohio State where he did pictures for the school publications and worked during the summer painting posters for a theater in Cleveland. Whitcomb majored in English with an ambition to write, but switched to art classes. After graduation he was able to obtain work in a series of studios doing travel and theater posters, as well as general advertising illustrations. In 1934, he moved to New York to combine studio work with free-lance illustration. His first illustrations were for Collier's, followed by Good Housekeeping, and then the others in succession as Whitcomb's pretty girls began to attract enthusiastic readership. His career was interrupted by World War II when he was commissioned a Lieutenant, j.g. in the Navy. His assignments varied from mine-sweeping duty to off the East coast, to the Public Relations Department in Washington, to the Pacific as a combat artist with the invasions of Tinian, Saipan, and Peleliu. After hospitalization for tropical infections, he was discharged in 1945 and resumed his art career. During World War II, a series of illustrations for advertisements he created on the theme, "Back Home for Keeps," became a pin-up fad for women deprived of their husbands or sweethearts. Whitcomb's writing ability became useful when he began to do a monthly series of sketches and articles about motion picture stars for Cosmopolitan, called "On Location with Jon Whitcomb." He has also written several short stories, two children's books about poodles, Coco, and Pom Pom's Christmas, and a book about feminine glamour, All About Girls.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Jon Whitcomb pencil drawing
        Dec. 07, 2019

        Jon Whitcomb pencil drawing

        Est: $100 - $200

        Jon Whitcomb (American 1906-1988)- Young Woman- red pencil on paper, signed Jon Whitcomb lower right, creases in upper right corner of paper. 12 x 10''

        Rachel Davis Fine Arts
      • Jon Whitcomb, Portrait Over Manhattan, Oil Painting
        Nov. 19, 2019

        Jon Whitcomb, Portrait Over Manhattan, Oil Painting

        Est: $2,500 - $3,500

        Artist: Jon Whitcomb, American (1906 - 1988) Title: Portrait Over Manhattan Year: 1978 Medium: Oil on Canvas, signed and dated l.l. Size: 24.5 x 30.5 in. (62.23 x 77.47 cm) Frame Size: 25 x 31.5

        RoGallery
      • Group of Five WWII Posters. Incl. Christmas.
        Nov. 16, 2019

        Group of Five WWII Posters. Incl. Christmas.

        Est: $200 - $400

        Five lithograph posters in colors. (1) "Christmas Overseas Gifts" [Santa Clause]. 1945. With "Recruiting Publicity Bureau U.S. Army" stamp, l.r. Sheet: 27" x 21". (2) Whitcomb, Jon (American, 1906-1988). "Be a Cadet Nurse The Girl With The Future." 1944. Printed by U.S. Government Printing Office. Sheet: 28" x 20". (3) "Shangri-La Bomb Tokyo With Your Extra Change." 1943. Printed by U.S. Government Printing Office. Sheet: 27 3/4" x 19 7/8". (4) "Christmas Overseas Gifts" [Package]. 1945. With "Recruiting Publicity Bureau U.S. Army" stamp, l.r. Sheet: 16 7/8" x 12 1/2". (5) "Get your Feather Wear it Proudly!" ca. 1945. With "Recruiting Publicity Bureau U.S. Army" stamp, l.r. Sheet: 21 5/8" x 13 5/8". Condition Near fine. Most with foldmarks. (2) Creasing and tears to center right margin. (3) Small closed tear to left margin. (4) Small closed tear to center right and lower center margins.

        Quinn's Auction Galleries
      • Jon Whitcomb pencil drawing
        Oct. 19, 2019

        Jon Whitcomb pencil drawing

        Est: $200 -

        Jon Whitcomb (American 1906-1988)- Young Woman- red pencil on paper, signed Jon Whitcomb lower right, creases in upper right corner of paper. 12 x 10''

        Rachel Davis Fine Arts
      • Jon Whitcomb (CT,OK,1906-1988) oil painting
        Aug. 18, 2019

        Jon Whitcomb (CT,OK,1906-1988) oil painting

        Est: $1,950 - $2,000

        ARTIST: Jon Whitcomb (Connecticut, Oklahoma, 1906 - 1988) NAME: John Bull Magazine Cover - Woman's Work MEDIUM: oil on canvasboard CONDITION: Excellent. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 21 x 14 inches / 53 x 35 cm FRAME SIZE: 28 x 20 inches / 70 x 50 cm SIGNATURE: Upper left SIMILAR ARTISTS: Walter Martin, Stanley Arthurs, Stanley Klimley, Stanley Zuckerberg, David Blossom, August Bleser Jr, Rockwell Kent, Harrison Cady, Dan Smith, Maud Fangel, Frank Schoonover, George McManus, Robert Kennedy Abbett, Mitchell Hooks, Tom Ryan, Albert Wenzell CATEGORY: antique vintage painting SKU#: 115208 WARRANTY: 7 days returns accepted if item doesn't match description US Shipping $75 + insurance. Jon Whitcomb (Connecticut, Oklahoma, 1906 - 1988) Illustrator, Jon Whitcomb was born in Weatherford, Oklahoma, and raised in Manitowic, Wisconsin. He attended Ohio Wesleyan University and graduated from Ohio State where he did pictures for the school publications and worked during the summer painting posters for a theater in Cleveland. Whitcomb majored in English with an ambition to write, but switched to art classes. After graduation he was able to obtain work in a series of studios doing travel and theater posters, as well as general advertising illustrations. In 1934, he moved to New York to combine studio work with free-lance illustration. His first illustrations were for Collier's, followed by Good Housekeeping, and then the others in succession as Whitcomb's pretty girls began to attract enthusiastic readership. His career was interrupted by World War II when he was commissioned a Lieutenant, j.g. in the Navy. His assignments varied from mine-sweeping duty to off the East coast, to the Public Relations Department in Washington, to the Pacific as a combat artist with the invasions of Tinian, Saipan, and Peleliu. After hospitalization for tropical infections, he was discharged in 1945 and resumed his art career. During World War II, a series of illustrations for advertisements he created on the theme, "Back Home for Keeps," became a pin-up fad for women deprived of their husbands or sweethearts. Whitcomb's writing ability became useful when he began to do a monthly series of sketches and articles about motion picture stars for Cosmopolitan, called "On Location with Jon Whitcomb." He has also written several short stories, two children's books about poodles, Coco, and Pom Pom's Christmas, and a book about feminine glamour, All About Girls.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Jon Whitcomb Signed Print
        May. 30, 2019

        Jon Whitcomb Signed Print

        Est: $50 - $100

        Jon Whitcomb (American 1906 - 1988) original signed print. Pencil signed "Jon Whitcomb" lower right. Measures 11" x 13.5" image size, 28" x 17.5" sheet size (sheet is two part folio). Glued to folio at top corners. Overall good to very good con

        Grant Zahajko Auctions, LLC
      • Jon Whitcomb Signed Print
        Nov. 15, 2018

        Jon Whitcomb Signed Print

        Est: $50 - $100

        Jon Whitcomb (American 1906 - 1988) original signed print. Pencil signed "Jon Whitcomb" lower right. Measures 11" x 13.5" image size, 28" x 17.5" sheet size (sheet is two part folio). Glued to folio at top corners. Overall good to very good condition. Unframed, loose and not glued or mounted. Provenance: Amity Art Foundation, Inc. collection. We ship most items in this auction in house and gladly combine shipping if possible of multiple items.

        Grant Zahajko Auctions, LLC
      • Jon Whitcomb, Portrait Over Manhattan, Oil Painting
        Aug. 23, 2018

        Jon Whitcomb, Portrait Over Manhattan, Oil Painting

        Est: $2,500 - $3,000

        Artist: Jon Whitcomb, American (1906 - 1988) Title: Portrait Over Manhattan Year: 1978 Medium: Oil on Canvas, signed and dated l.l. Size: 24.5 x 30.5 in. (62.23 x 77.47 cm) Frame Size: 25 x 31.5

        RoGallery
      • Jon Whitcomb. Beauty on a Bed, gouache on board
        Dec. 16, 2017

        Jon Whitcomb. Beauty on a Bed, gouache on board

        Est: $400 - $600

        (American, 1906-1988). Magazine illustration, signed "Jon Whitcomb" ur, 14 x 20 in., unframed

        Alex Cooper
      • JON WHITCOMB (AMERICAN 1906-1988) ORIGINAL PENCIL
        Jul. 22, 2017

        JON WHITCOMB (AMERICAN 1906-1988) ORIGINAL PENCIL

        Est: $200 - $400

        JON WHITCOMB (AMERICAN 1906-1988) ORIGINAL PENCIL ILLUSTRATION SCETCH OF TWO FINE GENTLMAN 23 X 16 16 X 9.5"

        Chandler's International Auction
      • JON WHITCOMB (AMERICAN 1906-1988) ORIGINALS
        Jul. 22, 2017

        JON WHITCOMB (AMERICAN 1906-1988) ORIGINALS

        Est: $200 - $600

        JON WHITCOMB (AMERICAN 1906-1988) ORIGINALS 22 X 13"

        Chandler's International Auction
      • Jon Whitcomb. Beauty Framed, gouache on paper
        Nov. 05, 2016

        Jon Whitcomb. Beauty Framed, gouache on paper

        Est: $400 -

        (American, 1906-1988). Signed "Jon Whitcomb" lr, sight size: 16 x 18 1/2 in., framed

        Alex Cooper
      • Jon Whitcomb, Portrait Over Manhattan, Oil Painting
        Nov. 19, 2015

        Jon Whitcomb, Portrait Over Manhattan, Oil Painting

        Est: $2,500 - $3,000

        Artist: Jon Whitcomb, American (1906 - 1988) Title: Portrait Over Manhattan Year: 1978 Medium: Oil on Canvas, signed and dated l.l. Size: 24.5 x 30.5 in. (62.23 x 77.47 cm) Frame Size: 25 x 31.5

        RoGallery
      • JON WHITCOMB (1906-1988). I'M PROUD OF YOU FOLKS TOO! 1944. 28x39 inches, 71x100 cm. U.S. Government Printing Office, [Washington D.C.
        Aug. 07, 2013

        JON WHITCOMB (1906-1988). I'M PROUD OF YOU FOLKS TOO! 1944. 28x39 inches, 71x100 cm. U.S. Government Printing Office, [Washington D.C.

        Est: $400 - $600

        JON WHITCOMB (1906-1988) I'M PROUD OF YOU FOLKS TOO! 1944. 28x39 1/2 inches, 71x100 1/4 cm. U.S. Government Printing Office, [Washington D.C.] Condition B+: abrasions and restoration along vertical and horizontal folds. Framed.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • Jon Whitcomb, Portrait of a Man, Oil Painting
        Mar. 08, 2013

        Jon Whitcomb, Portrait of a Man, Oil Painting

        Est: $3,000 - $4,000

        Artist: Jon Whitcomb, American (1906 - 1988) | Title: Portrait of a Man | Year: 1978 | Medium: Oil on Canvas, signed and dated l.l. | Size: 24 in. x 30 in. (60.96 cm x 76.2 cm)

        RoGallery
      • JON WHITCOMB, American, 1906-1988, Illustration of a young couple among cherry blossoms., Watercolor and gouache on paper, 16" x 22"...
        Nov. 16, 2012

        JON WHITCOMB, American, 1906-1988, Illustration of a young couple among cherry blossoms., Watercolor and gouache on paper, 16" x 22"...

        Est: $500 - $1,000

        JON WHITCOMB American, 1906-1988 Illustration of a young couple among cherry blossoms. Signed lower right "Jon Whitcomb". Watercolor and gouache on paper, 16" x 22" sight. Framed.

        Eldred's
      • JON WHITCOMB (American, 1906-1988) I Think I Love You O
        Aug. 17, 2010

        JON WHITCOMB (American, 1906-1988) I Think I Love You O

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        JON WHITCOMB (American, 1906-1988) I Think I Love You Oil on canvas 20 x 22 in. Signed lower left From the Estate of Charles Martignette.

        Heritage Auctions
      • Whitcomb, Jon - Magazine cover
        May. 06, 2010

        Whitcomb, Jon - Magazine cover

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        JON WHITCOMB (American, 1906-1988) Magazine cover, c. 1960 Oil on canvas 20 x 16 in. Not signed This piece was reproduced on page 48 of Famous American Illustrators by Arpi Ermoyan, Chartwell Books, 2002. From the Estate of Charles Martignette.

        Heritage Auctions
      • JON WHITCOMB (American, 1906-1988) Mary Laurence
        Oct. 27, 2009

        JON WHITCOMB (American, 1906-1988) Mary Laurence

        Est: $700 - $900

        JON WHITCOMB (American, 1906-1988) Mary Laurence Mixed media on board 15.5 x 14 in. Signed lower left

        Heritage Auctions
      • JON WHITCOMB (American,1906-1988) Christmas Couple
        Jul. 15, 2009

        JON WHITCOMB (American,1906-1988) Christmas Couple

        Est: $500 - $700

        JON WHITCOMB (American,1906-1988) Christmas Couple Mixed-media on board 18 x 8.5 in. Signed lower right

        Heritage Auctions
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