Walt Partymiller was best known around York as a newspaper cartoonist. His work appeared on the front page of J.W. Gitt’s Gazette & Daily from the post World War II era to the mid-1970s. He also painted landscapes, as this scene of Campbell Bridge on the York College of Pennsylvania campus attests. Also of interest: Cartoonist made York newspaper owner’s views an art form.
The work of two York County artists in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s appeared in newspapers and homes around York County.
Walt Partymiller was a daily contributor to The Gazette and Daily. His landscapes still hang in homes around York County today.
Likewise, Cliff Satterthwaite documented scenes around York County for J.W. Gitt’s Gazette. He also painted landmarks around York County. Continue reading “Two newspaper artists documented York County life 50 years ago” »