Illustrator; painter; violinist. Born– Birmingham. Married Anita [Johnson]. Children– three. Education; Birmingham schools; studied music and art in France at the Studio of Gene Paul Lawrence and at the Academie Julian; studied at the Art Institute of Chicago; Pratt Institute; and the National Academy School of Fine Arts in New York. Served in US Army Special Services, WWII. Began his career as a violinist; performed internationally in Europe and Africa. After he injured his wrist in a horseback riding accident, he turned to art as a career; illustrated more than 200 books and has paintings hung in museums and galleries. Contributed articles to many journals and books.
Illustrators of Books for Young People, 2nd ed.
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Kenny. New York: Holt, 1957.
Piankhy the Great. Nashville: T. Nelson, 1962.