(1917 - 2006)
Stanley Meltzoff was active/lived in New York. Stanley Meltzoff is known for saltwater game fish painting, illustration.
Biography Stanley Meltzoff
Stanley Meltzoff (1917-2006)
Born in New York, his father Nathan was a cantor at a Manhattan synagogue and instilled in his son a keen appreciation for the arts. Stanley was educated at CCNY, graduating with a Phi Beta Kappa key and falling into an instructorship at the famed Pratt Institute of Art before the advent of World War II. During the war, he was a correspondent for Stars and Stripes, honing his illustration skills to formidable proportions alongside such luminaries as Bill Mauldin and Ed Vebel. In addition to his work on the army newspaper, he created he visuals for Puptent Poets, a small paperback of soldiers' verse that struck a nerve with every serviceman who opened its pages.
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