BIOGRAPHY

ANNA MARIE MAGAGNA

Born 1938. 

EDUCATION:

Marywood College, Scranton, PA, A.B. Degree in Art & Drama

School of Visual Arts, New York, NY

Art Students League, New York, NY

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

2013  “Art as Fashion: From Bendel’s and Beyond, Scarsdale, NY

1992 “The Drawing Room,” Pegasus, New York, NY

1975 “Anna Marie Magagna,“ Society of Illustrators, New York, NY 

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

2013 “Stephen Burrows: When Fashion Danced” Museum of the City of New York, NY

1985 “Faculty Show,” Pratt Institute, New York, NY

1984 “Faculty Show of 1980’s,” Parsons School of Design, New York, NY

1976 “Two Hundred Years of American Illustration, New York Historical Society, New York, NY

1973 “My Show,” The Society of Illustrators, New York, NY

1959 “Pearl S. Buck: Christmas Miniature,”National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

 

NY BOOK ILLUSTRATIONS: 

1984 “Popular Girl” by Lynn Brousen, Doubleday Publishing, (Cover)

1983 “Best Loved Bible Verses,” Grosset and Dunlap

1982 “First Prayers,” MacMillan Publishing Company

1982 “World of the Child” by Aline D. Wolf, Parent Child Press

1980 “The No Excuse Exercise Guide” by Nicole Rosard

1965 “Read Me a Poem,” Grosset and Dunlap

1960-64 “The Bobsey Twins,” Grosset and Dunlap

1964 “A Hundred Merry Tales,” Citadel Press

1963 “The Wizard of Oz” by L. Frank Baum, Grosset and Dunlap

1963 “Little Men” & “Little Women” by Louisa May Alcott, Grosset and Dunlap

1962 “The More the Merrier” by Florence Michaelson

1962 “Five Little Peppers by Margaret Sydney, MacMillan Publishing Company

1962 “My Book About God’s World,” Grosset and Dunlap

1960 “The Christmas Ghost” by Pear S. Buck, The John Day Company

1958 “Christmas Miniature” by Pearl S. Buck, The John Day Company

 

INSTRUCTOR:

1985 - 2000 Parsons School of Design, Creative Fashions Illustration 

1970-1974, 1985/1986 Pratt Institute, Senior Fashion Illustration

 

ART DIRECTOR:

Charles of the Ritz, tv & print

General Foods Haig & Haig, print

The Limited (Retail Stores), tv & print

Toni, packaging & design

TV Super for Miss America Pageant

Ultra Max Shampoo, tv

 

CREATIVE CONSULTANT: 

Andrew Geller, Geller Shoes

Lorrilard, tv & print

Schenley, “Ancient Age Bourbon”

Toshiba, billboard graphic design

 

ILLUSTRATOR:

Abercrombie & Fitch

Adele Simpson

Avon, Inc.

Charles of the Ritz

Christian Dior

Dupont

Danskin

Good Housekeeping

Halston for Fieldcrest

Helena Rubenstein

Henri Bendel

Higbee’s

Joseph Horn

Jordan Marsh

Revlon

Rohm & Haas

 

ADVERTISING ART:

American Airlines

Better Vision Institute

Clairol

Dupont

Gorham

Johnson & Johnson

Pan American

Public Affairs Committee

Scovil Sterling

Drug Talon

U.S. Rubber

Wamsutta

 

BOARD MEMBER:

1972-1976 Society of Illustrators