(1911 - 2001)
Robert Clinton Frankenberg was active/lived in New York. Robert Frankenberg is known for illustrator, figure, genre, animal.
Biography Robert Frankenberg
A New York City painter, illustrator, muralist, dioramist, stage-set designer and art teacher, Robert Frankenberg worked in many mediums including pastel, charcoal, oil, watercolor and pen and ink. In 1948, he began a forty-year career as a member of the staff of the School of Visual Arts and served as Director of the Illustration Department. In 1984, he won the school's Annual Distinguished Artist-Teacher of the Year Award.
Frankenberg illustrated more than 150 books including "Two Years Before the Mast" and for magazines including "Fortune", "The Saturday Evening Post", "Medical Journal", "Look", and "Time". Mural commissions included the Pennsylvania State Building.
In 2005, a retrospective of work by Frankenberg was held
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