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 Charles Santore  (1935 - )

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Lived/Active: Pennsylvania      Known for: magazine illustrator, whimsical image

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
From Philadelphia, Charles Santore is described as having "that ideal combination for an illustrator: a good solid base of the traditional fundamentals of picture making along with a very contemporary outlook. A good designer, his pictures are dramatic and arresting". (393)

Santore attended the Philadelphia College of Art where his teachers were Henry Pitz and Albert Gold, In 1958, he had his first assignment, which was for the Armstrong Cork Company. From that time, his clients have included numerous magazines such as "The Saturday Evening Post", "Reader's Digest", "Time", "Life", "Playboy" and "Esquire" and also Pfizer Pharmaceuticals.

In 1972, he received the Hamilton King Award from the Society of Illustrators and has had one-man shows at the Tyler School of Art.


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Walt Reed, "The Illustrator in America, 1860-2000"

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