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Lived/Active: New York/Florida      Known for: Painting, illustration, comics

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
George Pratt (b.1960)

Born October 13, 1960, in Beaumont, Texas, he became a painter, comic illustrator, book illustrator and designer as well as an art educator.

In 1980, Pratt moved to New York City to study Drawing and Painting at Pratt Institute, where he later taught Junior and Senior-level Methods and Media, as well as Sequential Storytelling for seven years.  He also taught for two years at the Joe Kubert School in Dover, New Jersey; did per diem teaching for the Master Illustration program at SVA for Marshal Arisman; was Visiting Professor for ten weeks at Savannah College of Art and Design; and taught full-time at Virginia Commonwealth University for three years.  He teaches full-time at Ringling College of Art and Design.

Pratt's first published comics work was for Marvel Comics' Epic Illustrated #20 (1983).  Since then, his work has appeared in Heavy Metal, Eagle, and many other publications.  He has also inked other artists' work and created painted covers for DC Comics.
In 1990, DC published Pratt's first graphic novel, Enemy Ace: War Idyll, which was nominated for both the Eisner Award and the Harvey Award.  Enemy Ace: War Idyll has been translated into nine languages and at one point was on the required reading list at West Point.  The book won the France Info Award for Best Foreign Language Graphic Novel, and the British Speakeasy Award for Best Foreign Language Graphic Novel.
Pratt's painted graphic novel Batman: Harvest Breed (DC) was nominated for two Eisner Awards.
The Wolverine: Netsuke limited series for Marvel won Pratt the 2003 Eisner Award for Best Painter/Multimedia Artist.
Pratt has done cover and interior illustrations for books published by Bantam Books, Henry Holt, Warner Books, Mojo Press, and Random House, among others.
Pratt has exhibited his work many times at the Society of Illustrators, and is featured in The Illustrator In America: 1960-2000 (written by Walter Reed).
Pratt has illustrated cards for the Magic: The Gathering collectible card game

A successful painter, his work is in private collections throughout the world, and has been exhibited at the Houston Museum of Fine Art.

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