Greatest American Painters

James Montgomery Flagg (1877 – 1960)

Posted by A. S. Amberson on August 12, 2012

I Want You

The Fencer


Ethel Barrymore

Ham Fisher And Three Nudes

Jack Dempsey Knocks Out Jess Willard

Lamb’th Walk

Let’s Keep The Glow In Old Glory

title unknown

Help China!

Wake Up America!

The First Sunday

Together We Win

Jap…You’re Next!

Violin Maker

Lost Horizon

Peace It’s Wonderful!

Uncle Sam With Empty Treasury

XMas Knitting

Cooking Around America – The Northwest

Cooking Around America – Way Down East

Cooking Around America – The South

Cooking Around America – San Francisco

Cooking Around America – Southern California


Mark Twain

President William McKinley

Theodore Roosevelt

John Fiske’s Old Virginia

Passionate Kiss


One Response to “James Montgomery Flagg (1877 – 1960)”

  1. Per Schjelderup said

    I have a possible original watercolor by James Flagg. It is called The country doctor and dedicated to” Shack from Jim Flagg august 1902″ . The doktor in question is possibly the father of the polar explorer Ernest Shackleton who was a contemporary of Flagg and they may well have met in his time in London. The picture was given to my fatter by a relative of Shakcleton Wien he trained as a plastic sorgen in England during WWII. If any interest I van display picture of painting. It would be Nice to fInd out.

    Per Schjelderup

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