Gould had a long career in art, both as artist and art instructor. He
was also well-known as a lecturer on art, particularly oriental
1957, he established the Bethlehem Art Gallery and Art School located
near Newburgh, NY. He was born in Worcester, Mass., studied art at Pratt
Institute, Brooklyn, NY and later instructed at Pratt for 22 years.
He was a prominent illustrator for the Saturday Evening Post for more
than eight years and an illustrator for many national corporations.
the world of fine arts, he was a successful painter. His oil paintings
and watercolors are in many private collections. For subject matter, he
was partial to historical subjects.
many years Mr. Gould had been an art consultant for General Electric
Co., Erie PA, Locomotive Division. His paintings of locomotives
and rapid transit subjects can be seen in executive offices of railroads
worldwide, as well as in every railroad company office in the USA.