MARK ENGLISH

 
  BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Born: 1933, Texas

Education:
Art Center College in Los Angeles


SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

Selby Gallery, Ringling College of Art + Design, Sarasota, FL

2007 Exhibition honoring Mark English

Eleanor Ettinger Gallery, New York, NY

2009 Twelfth Annual International Summer Salon

2008 Eleventh Annual International Summer Salon

2007 One-Man Exhibition

2006 Ninth Annual International Summer Salon

2005 One-Man Exhibition
International Autumn Salon
International Winter Salon

2004 Seventh Annual Summer Salon
International Winter Salon

2003 Sixth Annual Summer Salon

2002 One-Man Exhibition
Fifth Annual Summer Salon
Winter Salon

2001 Fourth Annual Summer Salon
One-Man Exhibition

2000 Third Annual Summer Salon
Third Annual "Figure in American Art"

1999 Second Annual Summer Salon
January Figurative Show

Albemarle Gallery, London, England

2004 Summer Exhibition
2003 Summer Exhibition

Maxwell Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Richard McDonald Gallery, Laguna Beach, CA

2001 One-Man Exhibition

Richard McDonald Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

2000 One-Man Exhibition

The Telluride Gallery, Telluride, CO

2004 Group Exhibition
2001 Two-Man Exhibition
1999 Two-Man Exhibition
Selected Group Exhibitions

The Linda Beutner Gallery, Denver, CO

The American Legacy Gallery, Kansas City, MO

2004 One-Man Exhibition
2002 One-Man Exhibition
1999 One-Man Exhibition


  Johnson County Museum, Kansas City, KS

1992 One-Man Exhibition

Hanson Gallery, New Orleans, LA

Group Exhibitions

Hanson Gallery, San Francisco, CA

2002 One-Man Exhibition
Group Exhibitions


AWARDS

2005 Honorary Doctorate Degree from The Academy of Art College, San Francisco

1967 Hamilton King Award, Society of Illustrators, New York

1967 Voted "Artist of the Year" by the Artists' Guild of New York

1983 Elected to "The Illustrators' Hall of Fame" by the Society of Illustrators, New York


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Published in:
"Good Housekeeping"
"The Ladies' Home Journal"
"McCall's"
"Redbook"
"The Saturday Evening Post"
"Sports Illustrated"
"Time"

Executed Portraits of Famous Personalities for the National Park Service.
Designed Thirteen Stamps for the US Postal Service.


REFERENCES

2002 Mark English, by Jill Bossert.
Published by Madison Square Press

1999 Famous American Illustrators, by Arpi Ermoyan.

1979 Great American Illustrators, by Walt Reed. Published by Abbeyville Press, New York

The Greatest Illustration Show in America, by Tokumashoten

1977 Famous American Illustrators, by Arpi Ermoyan. Published by Rotovision, Switzerland for the Society of Illustrators, New York

200 Years of American Illustration, by Henry Pitz. Published by Random House

In 1980, English was the most awarded artist in the history of the Society of Illustrators, and in 1983, he was elected to the Illustratorís Hall of Fame in New York.


 
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