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illustrator , painter

Mark English, American artist. Achievements include designing thirteen United States Postal stamps. Named Artist of Year, Guild of New York, 1967. Member of Society of Illustrators (Hall of Fame 1983, Hamilton King award 1967).

Background

English, Mark was born in 1933 in Hubbard, Texas, United States.

Education

Attended, University Texas. Graduate, Art Center College, Los Angeles, 1960. Doctor (honorary), Academy Art College, San Francisco, 2005.

Career

English has been one of the top illustrators in the US and across other countries for almost 30 years. Mark English has a unique style that separates himself apart from the rest. English's work has appeared in such publications as , , McCall's, , Good Housekeeping, TIME, and others.

In 1983, English entered « The Society of Illustrators' Hall of Fame in New York ». IBM U.S. Park Service RCA GE Ford GM Honeywell.

Achievements

  • He has won hundreds of awards for his work and has been the most awarded illustrator in the history of the Society of Illustrators in New York. including the 1967 Hamilton King Award from said Society of Illustrators.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One-man shows include Johnson County Museum, Kansas City, 1992, American Legacy Gallery, 1999, 2002, 2004, Richard McDonald Gallery, Santa Fe, 2001, Laguna Beach, California, 2001, Eleanor Ettinger Gallery, New York City, 2001, 2002, 2005, exhibitions include Hanson Gallery, New Orleans, Telluride Gallery, 1999, 2001, 2004, Linda Beutner Gallery, Denver, Eleanor Ettinger Gallery, New York City, 1999—2000, 2003, 2004, 2007, Albemarle Gallery, London, 2003-2004. Works published in Good Housekeeping, The Ladies' Home Journal, McCall's, Redbook, Saturday Evening Post, Sports Illustrated, Time magazine.

Membership

Member of Society of Illustrators (Hall of Fame 1983, Hamilton King award 1967).