Bicentennial Banners


Nude with a Rash

Milton Glaser approaches the medium of banners as one of the recognized American masters of graphic design.  His banner, a humorous treatment of an artist’s traditional subject – the female nude – reflects his style, which has brought him numerous awards including a gold medal from the American Institute of Graphic Arts.  The trend-setting graphic work of Glaser’s Push Pin Studios was also exhibited by such established fine art institutions as The Louvre in Paris and the Costello Sforzesco in Milan.  In  1975 Glaser had several one-man shows, including one at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. 

Glaser was born in New York in 1929 and attended Cooper Union Art School there.  He also studied at the Bologna Academy of Fine Arts in Italy on a Fullbright Fellowship.

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