(Feb. 8, 1875 -June 6, 1933). Born in Indianapolis, Yohn was a pupil of. His first commercial assignments were sketches for Ernest P. Bicknell’s (1893), and the .
In 1894, he moved to New York where he studied at the Art Students League. Hired by Harper and Brothers, he became popular for his illustrations in Theodore Roosevelt’sand Henry Cabot Lodge’s . His work appeared regularly in , and . He also provided illustrations for ‘s , by Lowell Thomas, and Maurice Thompson’s .
Yohn’s forte was accuracy of expression as well as a preference for heavy composition and plenty of action. He and his publisher gave his oil painting, 150th anniversary of the surrender of Ft. Sackville, and it was also widely reproduced during the years of the nation’s bicentennial celebration., to the . This painting became the subject of a U.S. postage stamp issued February 25, 1929, on the