Materials donated by Ina B. Forbus.
Non-circulating; available for research.
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Ann Grifalconi, born on September 22, 1929, has illustrated over 25 children's books and has written and illustrated at least three others. She received her certificate in advertising art from Cooper Union Art School in 1950, then attended the University of Cincinnati before earning a BS in Art Education at New York University.
After four years as artist and designer in advertising and display (1950-1954), Grifalconi taught art and display for eleven years at the High School of Fashion Industry in New York. Since 1965, she has been a free-lance artist and illustrator as was as a producer of films and filmstrips for educational purposes. Two of Grifalconi's hobbies are singing and playing the guitar.
This collection contains 3 black and white illustrations for Tawny's Trick.
A. BookTAWNY'S TRICK by Ina B. Forbus, illustrated by Ann Grifalconi (New York: The VikingPress, 1965). 1/1 Illustration, black marker, p. 30, 68, 124 (3 items)
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