(1914 - 1989)
Bernard Brussel-Smith was active/lived in New York. Bernard BrusselSmith is known for wood engraver, illustration.
Biography Bernard Brussel-Smith
The following is from "Bernard Brussel-Smith, A Memorial Exhibition," text by Alan Tompkins, 1989, Susan Teller Gallery, New York:
Born in Greenwich Village, New York, Bernard Brussel-Smith became one of the few artists to excel at the exacting medium of wood engraving. Among his collectible works are the many drawings he did for these engravings. He was a teacher at the Brooklyn Museum, Cooper Union, City College and the National Academy.
He studied for five years on a scholarship at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and from 1957 to 1958, in France on a Cresson Fellowship. There he was in the studio of W. Stanley Hayter where he developed color-relief etchings inspired by the work of William Blake. By the late 1950s
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