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Graphic designer , French art researcher

Jill Elyse Grossvogel, graphic designer, French art researcher. Recipient Gold award Strathmore Paper Company, 1988, 89; State University of New York-Binghamton Foundation travel grantee, Brittany and Paris, 1979; New York State Council on Arts fellow Metropolitan Museum, 1978-1980.


Grossvogel, Jill Elyse was born on February 23, 1945 in New York City. Daughter of Jesse Jacobs and Blossom Hope (Rubenstein) Spitz.


Diplome, Faculté d'Aix-Marseilles, 1965. Bachelor, Hunter College, 1966. Master of Arts, Hunter College, 1970.

Doctor of Philosophy, Cornell University, 1974.


Graphic designer, Harper & Row Publications, New York City, 1966-1969;curator, State University of New York-Binghamton Art Museum, 1977-1980;graphic designer, Martin & Grossvogel, Ithaca, since 1984;freelance consultant art museums, 1979-1991;teaching associate division modern language, Cornell Univercity, Ithaca, 1990-1992;instructor French literature, Wells College, Aurora, New York, since 1993;consultant The Women's Leadership Institute, Wells College, Aurora, New York, 1994. Instructor Ithaca College, 1974-1975. Instructor department communication Cornell Univercity, 1984-1985.

Consultant Musée de Pont-Aven, France, 1981-1991.


  • Other Work

    • Author: Claude Emile Schuffenecker: Margin and Image, 1979, Form and Fragmentation in French Art from Neo-Classicism to Neo-Impressionism, 1991.


Married Richard Jaross, 1966 (divorced 1971). Married David I. Grossvogel, June 22, 1974.

Jesse Jacobs Spitz

Blossom Hope (Rubenstein) Spitz

Richard Jaross

David I. Grossvogel