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Lee Lorenz
Lee Lorenz (born 1932)[1] is an Americancartoonist, most notable for his work in The New Yorker.
Lee Lorenz
Born1932 (age 88–89)
Hackensack, New Jersey, U.S.
NationalityAmerican
Area(s)Cartoonist, Editor
AwardsNational Cartoonists Society's Gag Cartoon Award (1995)
Lorenz was born in Hackensack, New Jersey[2] and is an alumnus of North Junior High School in Newburgh, New York (where he starred in student productions), Carnegie Tech and Pratt Institute.[3] His first published cartoon appeared in Colliers in 1956, and two years later he became a contract contributor to The New Yorker, which has published more than 1,600 of his drawings. He was The New Yorker's art editor for 25 years, from 1973 until 1993, continuing as cartoon editor until 1997.[4]
He is a musician who plays cornet with his own group, the Creole Cookin' Jazz Band.[4]
Lorenz has edited and written books on the art in The New Yorker, as well as the artists themselves, including The Art of The New Yorker (1995) and The World of William Steig (1998).[3]
Lorenz is seen drawing in Lyda Ely's documentary film Funny Business (2009) which visited the studios of 11 cartoonists for The New Yorker.[5]
Awards
He received the National Cartoonists Society's Gag Cartoon Award for 1995 for his work.[6]
Bibliography
References
  1. ^ Artnet: Lee Lorenz
  2. ^ Maslin, Mitch. "The New Yorker Cartoonists A – Z". Ink Spill. Retrieved April 4, 2018.
  3. ^ a b Art of the Print
  4. ^ a b Cornwall Free Library Archived 2010-01-06 at the Wayback Machine
  5. ^ Funny Business
  6. ^ National Cartoonists Society Awards
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