(1931 - 2004)
Gerald McConnell was active/lived in New York, New Jersey. Gerald McConnell is known for illustration and assemblage.
Biography Gerald McConnell
Born in East Orange, New Jersey, Gerald McConnell is both an illustrator and assemblage artist who has won numerous commissions and awards. His work covers a wide range of styles and applications.
He was a student at the Art Students League of Frank Reilly and also apprenticed under noted illustrator Dean Cornwell.
Starting with Pocket Books in 1953, McConnell focused on Western covers for most of the major paperback publishers. When he began making assemblages in 1967, an entirely different (and better paying) group of clients became patrons.
In 1981, he won the Society of Illustrators' Hamilton King Award for his pencil drawing of Grand Central Terminal. He earned a Gold Clio award in collaboration with photographer
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