Introduction
James Montgomery Flagg (June 18, 1877 – May 27, 1960) was an American artist, comics artist and illustrator. He worked in media ranging from fine art painting to cartooning, but is best remembered for his political posters.
Wikidata
Q537266
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Introduction
Known for his illustrations for "Liberty," "Cosmopolitan," "College Humor," and other magazines. Appointed military artist for New York State in World War I, and made forty-six posters which were used by the U.S. Government. The best known is the poster featuring the character Uncle Sam and the words "I Want You".
Nationality
American
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Author, Illustrator, Painter
Name
James Montgomery Flagg
Ulan
500003051
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