Gladys Emerson Cook was a 20th century American artist, best known for her delightful drawings of dogs, many of which were used as book illustrations. She also drew advertisements, including cat ads for Carter's Ink and Puss n' Boots products. She also painted and did many original prints. In her later years, she also painted East coast seascapes. Cook studied at the New York Art Student's League with Anthony Thieme and Yarnall Abbott. She exhibited at The National Academy of Design, 1953-1945; NY Public Library, 1942; Library of Congress; National Arts Club, NYC; Society of Illustrators, 1945; Abercrombie and Fitch, NYC and Bronx Zoological Park, 1941.
Gladys Emerson Cook
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