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Tracy Sugarman

 (born 1921)
Tracy Sugarman is active/lives in Connecticut, New York.  Tracy Sugarman is known for illustrator- book and magazine, drawing.

Tracy Sugarman

Born in Syracuse, New York, Tracy Sugarman is known for his illustrations, which have appeared in "Fortune", "Colliers", "Esquire", "Woman's Home Companion", "American Magazine", "Parents", "Boys Life", and "Gentlemen's Quarterly". He has also done book illustrations for Simon and Schuster, Doubleday, Random House, Scott Foreman, and Hill and Wang. Sugarman is a member of the Society of Illustrators and has been President of the Westport Artists (Connecticut) and of the Westport-Weston Association for the United Nations.

In 1943, he graduated from Syracuse University College of Fine Arts and then served in the Navy where he was an amphibious officer for the D-Day invasion. He began his art career in New York City and studied further   ...  Displaying 750 of 2074 characters.

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About  Tracy Sugarman

Born:  1921 - Syracuse, New York
Known for:  illustrator- book and magazine, drawing