The Day of the Hawk
A native of Chicago (1905), Ward studied art in Leipzig, Germany (1927). He won the Arms Prize (1962) and the Samuel F.B. Morse Gold Medal (1966) and was a president of the Society of American Graphic Artists. His books without words include, God’s Man, Song Without Words and Madman’s Drum. Ward’s works can be found in the Library of Congress and the Newark Museum. This member of the National Academy of Design died in 1985.