Al Hirschfeld

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Noun1.Al Hirschfeld - United States artist noted for his line-drawn caricatures (1904-2003)
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Elsewhere, Al Hirschfeld argues for the importance of arts education and reminisces about the biggest personalities he caricatured.
Three years before it debuted on the Great White Way, Milk and Honey opened at the Martin Beck Theatre (now the Al Hirschfeld Theatre) in October 1961.
Brady will succeed Broadway's original Lola, Billy Porter, who has played over 800 performances at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre and won a Tony Award.
12), and a new book, The Art of Al Hirschfeld, by exhibition curator and longtime Hirschfeld archivist David Leopold, put the focus where the artist did: on the stage.
And after a month of previews, the play officially opened on March 28 to the public, who flocked inside the Al Hirschfeld Theatre.
Seuss), the volume also features works by other artists known best for their non-editorial work, including the New Yorker's Saul Steinberg, New York Times caricaturist Al Hirschfeld, and future New Yorker cartoonists Carl Rose and Mischa Richter.
The very first Op-Ed page in 1970 featured a photo of China -- and a spoofy caricature of Spiro Agnew by the legendary Al Hirschfeld.
In addition to contemporary local and national cartoonists like Mike Peters, Mort Walker and Mary Engelbreit, there will many original historical cartoons and cartoonists represented like "Blondie," "Maggie and Jiggs," Al Hirschfeld, Bill Mauldin, Tom Engelhardt and Daniel Fitzpatrick.
group to country stars, and includes a portrait of the group drawn by caricaturist Al Hirschfeld to promote their 1986 performance at Radio City Music Hall, a Joe Bonsall's banjo, Richard Sterban and Duane Allen's stage clothes and a painting by William Lee Golden.
When the renowned illustrator and portraitist Al Hirschfeld died in January 2003, he left, as part of his legacy, more than seven decades worth of spirited artwork to be admired and appreciated.
25 when hundreds of people gathered at an auction devoted entirely to Broadway illustrator Al Hirschfeld, who passed away in January at the age of 99.