More museumsJoe Dolice
Since Mark's posting on 8/27/08 we have discovered a number of other museums that have Tobey's paintings, including The West Point Museum, The Hudson River Museum, The John L. Lewis Museum of Mining and Labor and others that are now posted here and on his web site. If anyone knows of any other museums that have Tobey's paintings that are not posted here at AskArt on Tobey's Museums Page, please let me know.
Two more museums
I have found two more museum collections that include works by Alton Tobey.
The Smithsonian Institute Research Information System (SIRIS) confirms the following:
(1) The National Portrait Gallery Collection possesses Tobey's portrait of Thornton W. Burgess (pencil on board).
(2) The Museum of the City of New York owns Tobey's portrait of Al Smith (oil on board).
Illustration article posted on site Joe Dolice
We've just received permission from the publisher of Illustration mag to post the complete feature article about Tobey that's in the Fall edition on Tobey's website, and it can be downloaded from a link on his home page.
Feature Article on TobeyJoe Dolice
For those who may be interested, a 20-page profusely illustrated feature article on Alton Tobey's life and career as an artist has just been published in the Fall 2007 (#20) issue of Illustration magazine, the U.S. leading publication on the art and work of American Illustrators.
Death of Alton TobeyJoe Dolice
It is with profound sadness that that the family of artist Alton S. Tobey must announcd that Alton died on Tuesday, January 4, 2005 after a long illness. Services were held on Friday, Jan. 7 in Mamaroneck, New York.
Those who wish to leave message may send them by return email and they will be forwarded to the family and posted to a special remembrances page that has been created on Tobey's website. Thank you.