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Louis John Rhead (November 6, 1857 – July 29, 1926) was an English-born American artist, illustrator, author and angler who was born in Etruria, Staffordshire, England to a family of distinguished potters [Staffordshire]. He emigrated to the United States at the age of twenty-four. In the early 1890s, Rhead became a prominent poster artist and was heavily influenced by the work of Swiss artist Eugène Grasset. During the poster craze of the early 1890s, Rhead's poster art appeared regularly in Harper's Bazaar, Harper's Magazine, St. Nicolas, Century Magazine, Ladies Home Journal and Scribner's Magazine. In 1895 he won a Gold Medal for Best American Poster Design at the first International Poster Show in Boston. He died of a heart attack after fishing for trout.
1. Femme Aux Paons, Estampe Moderne, 1897.
2. The Sun, Maitres, 1896
3. The Sun. Maitres,1900
4. The Morning Journal, Maitres,1900
Let me emphasize: Born in the UK, USA resident, trained in Paris and published in France.