(1925 - 1998)
Lillian Hoban was active/lived in Connecticut. Lillian Hoban is known for illustrator-children's book.
Biography Lillian Hoban
Born in Philadelphia, she attended the Philadelphia Museum School of Art and also studied dance with Martha Graham. She taught modern dance in New York and Connecticut and danced on television in the 1950s. An illustrator of more than 100 children's books, she lived both in Manhattan and Wilton, Connecticut. She first established herself as an illustrator in the 1960s when she did the drawings for the "Frances" series, written by her husband, Russell Hoban. After the couple divorced in 1975, she wrote and illustrated "I Can Read Books."