Charles Livingston Bull

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Charles Livingston Bull was the premiere American wildlife artist of his time. He started out as a taxidermist in his hometown of Rochester, NY and eventually became a nationally recognized expert on animal anatomy. He started his illustration career in New York in 1901. He illustrated over 130 books, did murals for public buildings and covers for hundreds of magazines.

In addition to painting and illustrations, Bull did a series of work for Barnum & Bailey Circus and World War 1 posters.