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Earl Mayan

 (1916 - 2009)
Earl Mayan was active/lived in New York.  Earl Mayan is known for illustration, domestic genre.

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Earl Mayan


Earl Mayan was an American illustrator whose early career spanned the era of pulp magazines to the post-WW II years alongside Norman Rockwell at The Saturday Evening Post.
 
Earl Mayan was born in Brooklyn in 1916.  He graduated from Pratt Institute in 1936, his roommate and classmate was another famous illustrator, Edd Cartier.  One of their instructors at Pratt, who was also an editor for the publisher "Street and Smith" encouraged both graduates to enter the field of pulp illustration.  Mayan illustrated The Shadow until he joined the army (1941-1945).  After the war, he worked for Grosset and Dunlop, Bantam Books, Random House and Reader's Digest condensed books, and from 1954-1961 he illust  ...  Displaying 750 of 1549 characters.



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About  Earl Mayan

Born:  1916 - Brooklyn, New York
Died:   2009 - Long Island, New York
Known for:  illustration, domestic genre