(1899 - 1974)
Albert Staehle was active/lived in New York / Germany. Albert Staehle is known for illustrator, active dogs.
Biography Albert Staehle
Albert Staehle, the illustrator made famous by the Smokey the Bear character for the National Forest Service and many other advertisement illustrations, including a long run for Carter's Ink (cats), Swan Soap (swans), and Imperial Whiskey (various wildlife), was born in Munich, Bavaria in 1899. The artist moved to New York City in 1914 when his father, an American newspaper illustrator, relocated the family. Albert Staehle attended The Art Students League and studied under George Bridgman. He later studied with Hans Hofmann in both New York and at the Wicker School of Art in Detroit. At age 16 he was working as a commercial artist.
In 1932 Staehle opened Kent Studios in New York with Albert Dorne, a noted Amer
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