Robert Hallowell (1886 ~ 1931) WPA Artist. Born in Denver, Colorado.
Hallowell and his wife Aurelia Caloenesco were employed by the WPA Federal Art Project for which he served as assistant director. Both exhibited widely before the Depression. Robert saw success as an illustrator and with sales of paintings to the public. He studied at Harvard University and in 1914 co-founded The New Republic, a magazine focused on The Arts and Politics, still today.