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Albert Dorne

Albert Dorne, American artist, teacher, lecturer, writer. Recipient 1st New York Art Dirs. gold medal award for a distinguished career, 1953; recipient of Horatio Alger award, 1963. Member Society Illustrators (president 1946-1947), Artists and Writers Association (director), Artists Guild, Royal Society Arts, Famous Writers School (president), Famous Photographers School (president); member most nat. art directors clubs.

Background

  • Dorne, Albert was born on February 7, 1904 in New York City. Son of Joseph and Celia (Rubin) Dorne.

  • Education

    • Student in public schools. A.F.D. (honorary), Adelphi College, 1958.

    Career

    • Commercial, editorial, freelance artist, 1921-1930. Founder Kent Studios, 1930, president, 1930-1934. Free lance artist, 1934-1947.

      Founder, 1947, president Famous Artists Schools of Westport, Connecticut. Exhibited most New York Art Dlrs. shows, 1934-1965. More than 15 one-man shows various cities United States Co-founder Joint Ethics Committee and Code Fair Practice.

    Membership

    Member Society Illustrators (president 1946-1947), Artists and Writers Association (director), Artists Guild, Royal Society Arts, Famous Writers School (president), Famous Photographers School (president). Member most nat. art directors clubs. Clubs: Dutch Treat (governor), Players (New York City).

    Connections

    • Married Ruth Freedberg, 1921.; married second, Edna Hyman, April. Children: Elaine (Mistress.
    • father: Joseph Dorne
    • mother: Celia (Rubin) Dorne
    • spouses: Ruth Freedberg
    • Edna Hyman
    • child: Elaine (Mrs Dorne
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    Born February 7, 1904
    Died December 15, 1965
    (aged 61)
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