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George Rozen

Shadow Magazine Vol 1 113

Real Name
George Jerome Rozen
Biography:
Gender

First "Shadow" publication

Place of Birth
Chicago , Illinois , United States of America

Date of Birth
Date of Death

October 16, 1895
July 14, 1973

Professional History

George Rozen was a pulp magazine artist who is best known for his dynamic "poster-art" style paintings that graced many of The Shadow Magazine covers. Several of his covers were later featured on various Shadow Comics, also published by Street & Smith.

George's twin brother, Jerome George Rozen, worked on The Shadow Magazine too. He contributed a handful of covers in 1931, and George took over in January of 1932 when Jerome was injured in an automobile accident.

George continued painting his realistic portraits of The Shadow until he was fired. Eventually, he was rehired once again and illustrated a few more covers for the magazine in 1949, before the series was canceled that summer.

Work History


Images Attributed to George Rozen


Notes

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Trivia

  • In 1938 George Rozen moved to East Williston, New York, on Long Island. The street he lived on was later renamed "Shadow Lane."

"The Black Hush" Gallery


See Also

Official Website

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Links and References

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