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Albert Dorne

artist , lecturer , teacher , writer.

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