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 Jack Markow  (1905 - 1983)

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Lived/Active: New Jersey      Known for: genre, cartoonist, graphics

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Painter, lithographer, cartoonist, and writer, Jack Markow, was born in London, England and studied at Art Students League, NY. He had thousands of cartoons published in the U.S. and abroad in such leading magazines as The New Yorker, Saturday Review, New York Sunday Times Magazine, and the Saturday Evening Post. He taught drawing and cartooning at the School of Visual Arts for eight years and published four how-to-cartoon books. His monthly column on cartooning appeared in Writer's Digest for over a decade. He also wrote regularly for the quarterly, Cartoonist Profiles, and his biographies of cartoonists appeared in Encyclopedia Americana.

Exhibited at the Whitney, the Corcoran, the Pennsylvania Academy, American Group, New York, and colleges, museums, and galleries throughout the country. Collections include: Metropolitan Museum of Art, Brooklyn Museum, Hunter College, New Jersey State Museum, City College, University of Georgia, University of Oregon, Brooklyn Public Library, The Smithsonian, Library of Congress. One of his prints was chosen for "Fifty Best American Prints 1933-1938."

He was a life member of the Art Students League, an honorary member of the Cartoonists Guild, and member of the National Cartoonist Society.

Marilyn Pink Fine Arts

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