A pencil signed print from near the end of his long and productive life, by the noted American caricaturist, ALBERT (AL) HIRSCHFELD (1903-2003). The work, in his typical black and white for which he is famous (although he did also work in color), features a family portrayed in the popular Fox TV show "Party of Five", which aired from 1994 through 2000. It is numbered 40/100 at lower left and pencil signed by the artist at lower right. Hirschfeld was known for his caricatures of the famous from all walks of life---celebrities, Broadway, music---and more. Born in St. Louis, he was in New York while young, attending there the Art Students League. His fame grew as the century progressed. Today Hirschfeld's works are in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art. See the internet for so much more information on the artist. This print (22" by 18", and 31" by 26" as framed) is in excellent, fresh, clean condition. It seems to be slipping around under the mat so may need to be re-mounted. The black plastic frame has some scuffs and wear.
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