Cambridge, MA United States – 1918
A twentieth century illustrator, painter and printmaker, Harvey Kidder studied under Lawrence Beal Smith and Arthur Lougee at the Child-Walker School of Design. He began his long and successful career as an illustrator for Houghton Mifflin in 1939. Since that time, Harvey Kidder’s artwork has been commissioned for such national publications as “The Saturday Evening Post”, “Argosy”, “Golf Digest” and “Reader’s Digest”. Harvey Kidder has also been a participant in both the U.S. Air Force Art Program and the National Parks Service Art Program. He is a full member of the Society of Illustrators, New York.