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The Art Students League's Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery

Exhibition Detail
Celebrating the line: Outstanding Illustrators, Designers and Cartoonists Of The Art Students League of New York
Curated by: Pam N. Koob
215 West 57th Street
New York, NY 10019


October 10th, 2012 - November 7th, 2012
 
“P’Gell,” 1947; Splash page to The Spirit, May 25, 1947, Will EisnerWill Eisner,
“P’Gell,” 1947; Splash page to The Spirit, May 25, 1947,
1947, Pen, brush and ink on Bristol board
© Will Eisner; Collection of Denis Kitchen
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This October the Art Students League of New York brings together the work of 60 prominent alumni in the exhibition Celebrating the Line: Outstanding Illustrators, Designers and Cartoonists of The Art Students League of New York.

The League is well known as a training ground of many of America’s greatest painters and sculptors. But alumni have also made their marks in popular culture through movie posters, logos, book and magazine illustration, cartoons, fashion, stained glass, caricatures, animation, set design, and even typefaces. Celebrating the Line honors the work of these creators.

“The League’s heritage of educating those who would go on to become this country’s great visual storytellers and image-makers is one the League takes great pride in,” says League Executive Director Ira Goldberg.

Curator Koob adds, “From Rockwell Kent’s dramatic illustrations to Al Hirschfeld’s spot-on caricatures,  Celebrating the Line looks for the first time at a remarkable group of men and women who have made viewers laugh, fired their imaginations and given form to the heroes and heroines of several generations.”


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