Find, Learn, Price Art
Enjoy the comprehensive art database we've compiled since 1987
Membership Details
Images, sales charts, bios, signatures, 30 artist Alerts and more ...
Art auction records:  Millions of references for pricing research
Or, register for Free Alerts
To track 10 artists.

Already a member?  Sign in here

Paul Calle

 (1928 - 2010)
Paul Calle was active/lived in Connecticut, New York.  Paul Calle is known for frontier and space genre painting, commemorative stamp design.

Paul Calle

Following is The New York Times obituary of the artist, December 31, 2010

Paul Calle, Postage Stamp Designer, Is Dead at 82

The cause was melanoma, said his son Chris, who is also a stamp designer.

A longtime Stamford resident, Mr. Calle (pronounced KAL-ee) designed more than 40 United States stamps, licked by generations of postwar Americans. He was best known for the 10-cent stamp, commissioned by NASA and issued in 1969, commemorating the Apollo 11 moon landing that year.

His other stamps include ones honoring Gen. Douglas MacArthur (1971), Robert Frost (1974), the International Year of the Child (1979), Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan (1980), Frederic Remington (1981), Pearl S. Buck (  ...  Displaying 750 of 6111 characters.

Subscriber Members, please Sign In for artist biographies and for all services.  Others, full text is available on Fridays.

If you are not currently a member, please See Details about membership, which includes biography access, auction records, and many other features available to our day, month, or yearly Subscriber Members!

  Full access to biographies is
  free each Friday

About  Paul Calle

Born:  1928 - New York City
Died:   2010 - Stamford, Connecticut
Known for:  frontier and space genre painting, commemorative stamp design