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Mark English

(American b. 1933 - 2019)


    Mark English was born in Hubbard, Texas in 1933.  His first job was picking cotton, but he worked his way out of the fields when he learned how to paint signs for visiting rodeos.  He attended the University of Texas and graduated from The Art Center College in Los Angeles in 1960.


     English moved to Connecticut in 1964, and so began his meteoric rise as one of America’s top magazine illustrators.  His first editorial assignment from The Saturday Evening Post led to nonstop work from major publications including Reader’s Digest, The Ladies Home Journal, Good Housekeeping, Sports Illustrated, Redbook and Time.


     The recipient of over a hundred awards from art organizations nationwide, in 1967 English was named “Artist of the Year” by the Artist’s Guild of New York.  His work was selected with astounding regularity for the Society of Illustrators annual exhibitions.  The Society further honored him with the Hamilton King Award in 1967, and in 1983 elected him to their prestigious Illustrator’s Hall of Fame in New York, joining such notable illustrators as N.C. Wyeth, Maxfield Parrish, and Frederick Remington.  Mark English has been the most awarded illustrator in the history of the Society of Illustrators in New York.


     In 1977, he received an offer from Hallmark Cards to serve as artist in residence, which he accepted.  In 1996, English began to concentrate on gallery paintings almost exclusively and soon found great success in the new venture.  His works are coveted by art lovers and private collectors, and have been shown in Canada, Japan and throughout the United States, including the Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C.


     English creates rich patterns using simplified geometric shapes and abstract planes that echo the topography and coloration of the land.  His landscapes evoke remembered scenes and associative feeling rather than represent particular locations – it is the essence of the experience, gleaned from his continual observation. 


     In 1977, English was one of the artists featured in the book “200 Years of American Illustration” by Henry Pitz.  Later publications include in 1979, “Great American Illustrators” by Walt Reed; in 1997, “Famous American Illustrators” by Arpi Ermoyan and finally in 2002, “Mark English” by Jill Bossart.


     English has executed portraits of famous personalities for the National Park Service.  He was also commissioned to design thirteen stamps for the US Postal Service.  


     As an artist, English is committed to innovation and growth.  His career as an illustrator set new standards within the field, and his recent paintings are proof of his determination, drive and desire to further challenge himself.  Most recently he has focused on a series dedicated to the American Indian.  Mark English is a rich part of our American legacy.



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