art editor


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Noun1.art editor - an editor who is responsible for illustrations and layouts in printed matterart editor - an editor who is responsible for illustrations and layouts in printed matter
editor, editor in chief - a person responsible for the editorial aspects of publication; the person who determines the final content of a text (especially of a newspaper or magazine)
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The art editors seemed to be in the same unhappy condition as the dealers.
At Mashriq, he worked from 1963 to 1983 as a Chief Art Editor and Chief Calligrapher.
Irish editorial: Catherine McLaughlin Editor-in-Chief Mel Brodie Deputy editor Flavia Bertolini Art director Steve Denham Art editor Louise Robinson Acting art editor Peter Allison Contributing Editor Lara Kilner Features writer Emma Jones Picture editor Sara Mahon Image & colour management Kay Richardson Health & beauty editor Lynne Hyland Deputy beauty editor Octavia Lillywhite Beauty assistant Zoe Cripps Fashion editor Carly Stevens Fashion stylist Michelle Darlow Fashion assistant Clemmie Fieldsend Food editors Lynne Hyland & Octavia Lillywhite TV writer Claire Murphy (claire.
I almost can't believe I now make my living as the Sunday People's art editor.
Amateur and professional artists put forward their best work which was judged by Kathleen Soriano, director of Compton Verney, Terry Grimley, art editor for the Birmingham Post, and Max Kandhola, senior photographic lecturer at Nottingham Trent University.
For fourteen years, Hopps served as art editor of Grand Street, using the pages of the magazine as walls for an astonishing diversity of work by well- and lesser-known artists from around the globe.
The prescient Esquire art editor who hired her, Robert Benton, went on to co-write the ``Bonnie and Clyde'' screenplay and become a director.
He then worked for a boys' magazine as art editor and cover artist before placing his first cover with the Post in 1916, at the age of 22.
The Umbra Poets were directly involved in the Black Arts Movement of the 1960s, and included such well known figures as Ishmael Reed (Mumbo Jumbo) and David Henderson, as well as visual artists like David Hammonds, who now serves as the art editor of Tribes magazine.
He joined the communist party in 1937 and served as literary and art editor of the communist weekly Action from 1944 to 1946, but he left the party in 1947 to concentrate on writing and teaching.
Vince Aletti is art editor and photography critic for the Village Voice.
From its initial visually arresting issue, for which Aubrey Beardsley was art editor and for which Max Beerbohm wrote an essay, "In Defense of Cosmetics," The Yellow Book attained immediate notoriety.