General Motors Trucks Advertising Art by Roy Frederic Heinrich (1922–1924): GMC Trucks are Seven Steps Ahead

General Motors Trucks Ad (1922): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (1922): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (1922): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (1922): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (September, 1922): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (September, 1922): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (October, 1922): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (October, 1922): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (November, 1922): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (November, 1922): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (1923): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (1923): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (May, 1923): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (May, 1923): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (July, 1923): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (July, 1923): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (1923): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (1923): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (1923): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (1923): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (1923): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (1923): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (December, 1923): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (December, 1923): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (February, 1924): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (February, 1924): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (1924): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (1924): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (1924): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (1924): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (July-August, 1924): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (July-August, 1924): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (August, 1924): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (August, 1924): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (November, 1924): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
General Motors Trucks Ad (November, 1924): Illustrated by Roy Frederic Heinrich
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(R.F.H.) Roy Frederic Heinrich
Roy Frederic Heinrich was born on April 6, 1881, in Goshen, Indiana, and grew up in New York State. He studied at the Connecticut Art Students League under Charles Noel Flagg and Robert Bolling Brandegee and landed his first job as an artist with a Sunday newspaper. In 1910 and from a studio in Detroit, Heinrich began illustrating automobile advertisements for Graham-Paige, Hudson, Packard, Ford, Chevrolet, Buick, Dodge, Chrysler, and Cadillac, making him among the earliest artists in his field. He worked for other advertising clients as well, including General Electric, Zenith Carburetor Company, and Guardian Trust Company. Heinrich enjoyed most a series of one hundred historical illustrations of life in Vermont, created for and published in book form by the National Life Insurance Company of Montpelier. These drawings went on display in New York and New England and were a highlight of the Vermont building at the New York World’s Fair in 1939-1940. Among his memberships were the Society of Illustrators and the Art Directors Club. Heinrich and his wife, Ruth L. Heinrich, were married in 1929. Heinrich died in 1943, probably in New York City.
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