Born: 1911 December 25 in Chicago, Illinois, United States

Died: 1996 January 28 in Paris, Île-de-France, France

Biography: Other career notes:
Co-founder and Teacher: School of Visual Arts (Cartoonists and Illustrators School), 1947-1970.
Teacher: Academy of Newspaper Art, New York City (founder), 1944-1946.
Teacher: Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California, 1981-1996.
Teacher: Art History through the Works Progress Administration (W.P.A.), 1933-1934.
Teacher: Parsons School of Design, New York City, 1976-1979.
Painter: exhibits: Musée des Arts Decoratifs at the Louvre in Paris, France.

Other biographical sources:
World Encyclopedia of Comics, 1976, 1998.
Cartoonist PROfiles, 1977.
Comics Scene Magazine #5, September 1982 (interview).
The Comics Journal #166-167, 1994.
Comics Buyer's Guide, August 23, 1996 (obituary).
Comics Forum [U.K.] #10, Spring 1996.
A Gallery of Rogues: Cartoonists' Self-Caricatures, 1998.
Ink-Slinger Profiles by Alex Jay in The Stripper's Guide blog, March 11, 2015.
lambiek.net and wikipedia.org

Syndication comic work:
various features (Associate Editors Syndicate) 1926 (art assistant).
Famous Churches of the World daily panel (Associate Editors Syndicate) 1926 (writer, pencils, and inks).
Ivy Hemmanhaw Say daily (Bonnet-Brown Syndicate), 1932-1933 (reportedly created in 1929, saw publication in 1932-1933, writer, pencils, and inks).
Odd Occupations and Strange Accidents daily ? (Ledd Features Syndicate) 1930 (writer, pencils, and inks).
various features (King Features Syndicate) 1934 (on staff, pencils and inks).
Pieces of Eight daily (McNaught Syndicate) 1935-1936 (pencils and inks).
Tarzan Sunday (United Feature Syndicate) 1937-1945, 1981 (reprints) (pencils and inks).
Drago Sunday (New York Post Syndicate) 1945-1946 (writer, pencils, and inks).
Miracle Jones Sunday (United Feature Syndicate) 1947-1948 (writer, pencils, and inks).
Tarzan Sunday (United Feature Syndicate) 1947-1950 (writer, pencils, and inks).
Tarzan daily (United Feature Syndicate) 1972-1973 (pencils and inks).


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Name:

    Burne Hogarth Type: Changed Name

Other Names:

  1. Spinoza Bernard Ginsburg Type: Name at Birth
    Given name: Spinoza Bernard Family name: Ginsburg

Schools:

  1. Art Institute of Chicago 1923 ? to ?

    Notes: Attended starting at the age of 12, circa 1923. Did not graduate, took classes at same time attending high school.


Signatures:

  1. Burne Hogarth [generic]
  2. Hogarth [generic]
  3. HOGARTH

Awards:

  1. 1974: National Cartoonist Society Awards (NCS Awards) - Special Features Award
  2. 1975: National Cartoonist Society Awards (NCS Awards) - Advertising and Illustration Award
  3. 1975: Pavilion of Humor (Montreal)
  4. 1978: Inkpot Award - [no name]
  5. 1986: Caran d'Ache Award
  6. 1988: Lauriers d'Or [Golden Laurels]
  7. 1989: Premio Especial
  8. 1992: National Cartoonist Society Awards (NCS Awards) - Magazine and Book Illustration Award
  9. 1996: Angoulême International Comics Festival - Honored Guest
  10. 2010: Eisner Award - Hall of Fame - Judge's Choices

Art Influences:

Influences by Burne Hogarth (b. 1911) were stated by:
  1. Jay Disbrow (b. 1926)
  2. Alberto Giolitti (b. 1923)
  3. Mike Grell (b. 1947)
  4. Klaus Janson (b. 1952)
  5. George Mandel (b. 1920)
  6. Pablo Marcos (b. 1937)
  7. Luke McDonnell (b. 1959)
  8. Grant Miehm (b. 1960)
  9. Mitch O'Connell (b. 1961)
  10. Don Perlin (b. 1929)
  11. John Ridgway (b. 1940)
  12. Sal Trapani (b. 1927)

Memberships:

  1. National Cartoonists Society Type: president
    Notes: Past President and Member of the Board of Directors.


Non Comics Works:

  1. Publication Title: Burne Hogarth's King Arthur Portfolio Volume 1 (fine arts) - Role: artist - Year: 1983
    Employer Name : Richard Pryor

  2. Publication Title: Burne Hogarth's King Arthur Portfolio Volume 2 (fine arts) - Role: artist - Year: 1983
    Employer Name : Richard Pryor

  3. Publication Title: Cartoonist PROfiles (magazine) - Role: writer - Year: 1977
    Employer Name : Jud Hurd

  4. Publication Title: Drawing Dynamic Hands (book) - Role: writer - Year: 1977
    Employer Name : Watson-Guptill Publications
    Notes: Wrote and drew the illustrations.

  5. Publication Title: Drawing the Human Head (book) - Role: writer - Year: 1965
    Employer Name : Watson-Guptill Publications, a division of Billboard Publications. Inc.
    Notes: Wrote and drew the illustrations.

  6. Publication Title: Dynamic Anatomy (book) - Role: writer - Year: 1958
    Employer Name : Watson-Guptill Publications
    Notes: Wrote and drew the illustrations.

  7. Publication Title: Dynamic Figure Drawing (book) - Role: writer - Year: 1970
    Employer Name : Watson-Guptill Publications
    Notes: Wrote and drew the illustrations.

  8. Publication Title: Dynamic Light and Shade (book) - Role: writer - Year: 1981
    Employer Name : Watson-Guptill Publications
    Notes: Wrote and drew the illustrations.

  9. Publication Title: Dynamic Wrinkles and Drapery (book) - Role: writer - Year: 1988
    Employer Name : Watson-Guptill Publications
    Notes: Wrote and drew the illustrations. Published October 1995.

  10. Publication Title: Lemming presente: Sampler (other) - Role: artist
    Employer Name : Bondage
    Notes: LP album art circa 1980s.

  11. Publication Title: The Arcane Eye of Hogarth (book) - Role: artist - Year: 1992
    Employer Name : Fantagraphics
    Notes: Non-comic print media. Reprints of Burne Hogarth's artwork.

  12. Publication Title: The Artist's Monthly (magazine) - Role: writer
    Work Title: Selecting The Right Art School, The Cartoonist's and Illustrator's Center

  13. Publication Title: The Dispatch (Lexington, North Carolina) (newspaper) - Role: writer - Year: 1963
    Work Title: Our American Art Heritage
    Notes: Published November 9, 1963.