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Roy Martell Mason (1886-1972)

Born in Gilbert Mills, New York, Roy Martell Mason painted a wide range of outdoor subject matter reflecting his interest in hunting and fishing.  He won many awards including the Gold Medal from the American Watercolor Society.  He was also an illustrator, whose work appeared in Reader's Digest and True magazines.

Mason was raised on a farm and was encouraged in his art talent by his father who worked as an engraver and who also taught his son the skills and love of outdoor sports.

His art education consisted of only one correspondence course, which he later referred to as his "formal art training."