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Arthur Sarnoff


  • Original Painting : Oil on Canvas

    Size : 29x39.5 in  |  74x100 cm
    Framed : 36x46 in  |  91x117 cm

Hand Signed
Condition : Excellent
Framed without Glass
Purchased from : Artist
Story / Additional Info : Private collection.
Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
LID : 58351
Arthur Sarnoff - United States

Art Brokerage: Arthur Sarnoff American Artist: b. 1912-2000. Prior working as an illustrator, Sarnoff studied at the Industrial School and the Grand Central School of Art in New York City. He was a member of the Society of Illustrators and exhibited widely including the National Academy of Design. Sarnoff was a student of John Clymer and Andrew Wyeth. His portoflio includes extensive commercial work for weekly magazines and his art appeared in a variety of advertising campaigns including Karo Syrup, Dextrose, Lucky Strike, Coors, Camay, Sal Hepatica, Listerine, Vick's Vapo Rub, Meds, and Ipana. He also made an album cover for the American punk band Butthole Surfers for their third album, Locust Abortion Technician, which portrays two clowns playing with a dog. During his career Sarnoff provided illustrations for McCall's, American Weekly, Collier's, Woman's Home Companion, Redbook, The American Magazine, Cosmopolitan, Esquire, and Good Housekeeping. His work was whimsical and engaging and relied heavily upon themes of Americana and slapstick humour. One of his paintings, "The Hustler", one was the best-selling prints of the 1950s. He was also known to have painted portraits of famous individuals such as Bob Hope and John F. Kennedy. Sarnoff usually signed art, using full name, or "Sarnoff", or just "AS." His best known work is a painting of dogs playing pocket billiards entitled "Jack the Ripper".