American painter and writer who received the Lenin Peacefulness Prize in 1967 and was elected in to the Country wide Academy of Style as a co-employee member in 1948. He researched composition design in the Arts College student Little league in 1900 and moved into New York College of Artwork in 1902. He was also a jazz age group humorist and developed whimsical drawings which were presented in publications such as for example Vanity Good and Harper’s Regular. He was raised with his family members around NEW YORK. He was section of designer Robert Henri’s course at NY School of Artwork in 1902.