(1911 - 1996)
Burne Hogarth was active/lived in New York, Illinois / France. Burne Hogarth is known for cartoonist, illustrator, animal.
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An illustrator, cartoonist, and educator, Burne Hogarth is the best-known artist to have drawn Tarzan aside from Hal Foster. Hogarth illustrated the Sunday adventures of Edgar Rice Burroughs Jungle Lord, for the majority of the period from 1937 to 1950. He also co-founded the Cartoonists and Illustrators School, which was later to change its name to the School of Visual Arts and become the largest private art school in the world.
Born in Chicago, Hogarth began his professional career in 1926 as an assistant cartoonist with the Associated Editors Syndicate, for whom he drew a panel series titled Famous Churches of the World. By 1934, he was working in the King Features bullpen in New York City. The following year, the McNaught Syndic
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