Chuck Wilkinson (American, 1932 - 2010)
ORIGINAL Illustration, Untitled
c. 1970s - 90s
Acrylic on Illustration Board
Stamped on Verso: Bernstein & Andriulli, Inc., CHUCK WILKINSON, NYC address
h: 7" x w: 4.25" (sight)
Unframed matted - h: 7" x w: 4.25"
Curators Note: I believe this was an illustration for a book cover.
Chuck Wilkinson (born Charles William Wilkinson, 1932 - 2010) was an American illustrator, Painter best known for his nostalgic depictions of
F. Scott Fitzgerald-era society. Chuck Wilkinson’s career spanned four decades. His work appeared regularly in Ladies’ Home Journal, Good Housekeeping, McCall’s, Family Circle and Sports Illustrated. He produced artwork for national ad campaigns for Merrill Lynch, San Pellegrino etc. By 1979 he was creating poster artwork for movies and television, most notably for the film “A Little Romance”(1979), and several posters for Mobil Masterpiece Theatre productions. He also produced book cover and interior plate illustrations for Bantam, Dell and the Franklin Library. He attended Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY. Mr. Wilkinson has been recognized with many exhibitions and awards in the art and communications fields.
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