Al Hirschfeld

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United States artist noted for his line-drawn caricatures (1904-2003)


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HIRSCHFELD'S HARLEM by Al Hirschfeld, Introduction by Gail Lumet-Buckley Applause Theatre & Cinema Books, February 2004 $75.
inspired by a drawing from the late, celebrated caricaturist Al Hirschfeld.
Artist Al Hirschfeld, whose famous caricatures included some of the theater world's best-known figures, died January 20 in Manhattan.
I NEVER MET THE LATE AL HIRSCHFELD, but I corresponded with him for a while in the late 1970s-early 1980s on two projects, and I found out what a generous spirit he was.
Al Hirschfeld, whose caricatures for The New York Times and other publications captured the essence of Broadway performers and other famous people in the arts for most of the 20th century, died Monday in Manhattan at the age of 99.
Best of the new bunch is a startlingly inventive version of Gershwin's Rhapsody In Blue which interweaves four New York stories in the style of legendary Big Apple cartoonist Al Hirschfeld.
For more than 70 years, with rare exceptions, the opening of a Broadway show has been saluted on the entertainment pages of The New York Times with a drawing by renowned caricaturist Al Hirschfeld.
Among painters and graphic artists, Romare Bearden, Palmer Hayden, Francis Feist, Al Hirschfeld, Paul Colin, Charles Delaunay, LeRoy Neiman, Rene Bouche, Miguel Covarrubias, and Winold Reiss tried their hand at representing Armstrong's body and/or spirit.
Leyendecker, Maxfield Parrish, Rockwell Kent, Al Hirschfeld, Robert Weaver, and others.
For an extra dose of New York flair this year, swing by Henri Bendeh The venerable Fifth Avenue retailer has festooned its main window and the store inside with the work of Al Hirschfeld, the late caricaturist whose entertainment industry portraits are iconic on Broadway (where there's a theater named after him) and beyond.
NEW YORK -- A new exhibition on caricaturist Al Hirschfeld begins with a video of Whoopi Goldberg talking about his wicked sense of humor.
There is an Al Hirschfeld-like caricaturist whose last name is Hirschfeld and who may or may not be related to Al Hirschfeld.
This collection features caricatures and drawings of British subjects in performing arts and culture by Al Hirschfeld, with brief commentary about some of the drawings by the artist, Lynn Redgrave, Julie Andrews, Simon Callow, Julie Christie, Louise Kerz Hirschfeld, Sir Peter Shaffer,
Currently at the 5th Avenue Theatre, Seattle, through February 79 Al Hirschfeld Theatre, New York City, begins March 30, opening night April 27
The recent passing of comedian Bob Hope, just two months after his 100th birthday, brings attention to a unique edition of hand-signed lithographs of Hope by another recently departed legend, Al Hirschfeld, who produced drawings of American theater for the New York Times for over 70 years.