Tom Lovell

Artist Bio

Tom Lovell was already a successful illustrator for the New York slicks and pulps–Maxwell Grant’s The Shadow springs immediately to mind–when World War II rolled around. Lovell lived in New Rochelle, New York, and Westport, Connecticut, not far from Norman Rockwell, Mead Schaeffer, Harold Von Schmidt, and other artists who made their homes a train ride from the Manhattan magazine offices and agencies that hired them.

Artwork to be Showcased

Friendly Willows

Friendly Willows

Charcoal
6 x 10 inches
Estimate: $ 1,000 - $ 2,000
Sold For: $ 1,989
The Helpers

The Helpers

Oil on canvas
16 x 24 inches
Estimate: $ 35,000 - $ 45,000
The Scalp Lock

The Scalp Lock

Charcoal
9 1/4 x 7 1/2 inches
Estimate: $ 1,500 - $ 2,500
Sold For: $ 1,287.00
Two Indians

Two Indians

Charcoal
10 x 8 inches
Estimate: $ 1,500 - $ 2,500
Sold For: $ 1,755.00
The Heirloom

The Heirloom

Oil on canvas
20 x 30 inches
Estimate: $ 100,000 - $ 150,000
Sold For: $ 134,550