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A dynamic and prolific artist who is best known for a truly unique distinction, he is the only artist in the world with full creative rights to the beloved ‘Peanuts’ art created by Charles M. Schulz (November 26, 1922 ‘ February 12, 2000).
Al Hirschfeld spent more than 75 years attending Broadway plays and sketching the stars for The New York Times and other publications.
Matt Rinard’s work is famous for ironic, surprising and just a little off-kilter humor. Rinard’s paintings and prints are also prized for their bold composition and vibrant colors, but it is Matt Rinard’s quirky sense of humor and his subject matter that have won him a devoted following.
World-renowned photojournalist, fashion photographer, artist, fine art photographer, writer, film director, poet, novelist, musician, and composer-today, Gordon Parks is widely recognized as one of the greatest multi-talented men of the twentieth century.
Born 1947, Chicago, Illinois, Education: Undergraduate, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois, Amonson College, Chicago, Mayfair College, Chicago, Art Institute, Chicago, Northwood Institute, Midland, Michigan
One of the most prolific artists of his generation, Swierzy graduated from the Krakow Academy of Fine Arts in the early 1950s, and his early work was created for cultural and public events, film, theater.
AFl’s 100 Years … 100 American Movie Poster Classics collection was established in order to preserve this vital aspect of America’s movie heritage, while making the joy of collecting classic works of movie poster art.
Alphonse Mucha is for many people synonymous with Art Nouveau. Mucha’s works frequently featured beautiful healthy young women in flowing vaguely Neoclassical looking robes, often surrounded by lush flowers
The main purpose of a Golden Age poster when they were originally created was to advertise. They were printed on cheap paper with fugitive inks and were plastered on walls and displayed in shop windows.