Artists

Browse by . . .

  • Alexandre Alexandrovitch Alexeieff

    Filed under: people, , , ,

    "Alexandre Alexeieff was a Russian Paris-based illustrator and animator best known for inventing the pinscreen and totalization animation techniques with Claire Parker.Alexeieff was born inKazan,Russiain 1901. However, the family soon moved to Istanbu..."

    Alexandre Alexeieff & Claire Parker

    Filed under: people, , , , ,

    "Alexeieff and Parker were a husband and wife duo who developed the animation technique of pinscreen animation in Paris ..."

    Edward (Ed) Benedict

    Filed under: people, , ,

    "Ed Benedict was born in Ohio in 1912. Known as one of the "greats" of animation's Golden Age, he began at Disney in 1930 and continued his career working at Universal on Oswald the Lucky Rabbit and MGM under Tex Avery. He is best known as the primary..."

    Mary Blair

    Filed under: people, , , , , , , , ,

    "Mary Blair was an American animator, best known for her work with Disney Studios."

    Émile (Eugène Jean Louis) Courtet

    Filed under: people, , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

    "Émile Cohl was an important early independent cartoonist and animator, who was a caricaturist in the "Incoherent Movement" and has often been called "The Father of the Animated Cartoon.""

    Vincent Colby

    Filed under: people, ,

    "Vincent Colby was an American artist whose work was popular in the early 1900's. He briefly worked in the animation industry at Bray Studio, where he animated and possibly directed two short films, I Should Worry (1915) and Seven Cutey Puppies (1917)."

    Jules Engels

    Filed under: people, , , , , ,

    "Jules Engels was a prolific American animator, artist, director and teacher, where he founded the Experimental Animation program at the California Institute of the Arts, where he worked until his death in 2003, serving as a mentor to new generations ..."

    Bill Etra

    Filed under: people, ,

    "The featured link of the month is dedicated to the recently deceased Bill Etra, a pioneer in the field of video art and a co-inventer of the Rutt/Etra Video Synthes..."

    Ward Fleming

    Filed under: people,

    "Ward Fleming is a contemporary artist whose interest lies in the continuation and expansion of the technique of pinscreen animation. "

    Theodor Seuss Geisel

    Filed under: people, , , , ,

    "Theodor Seuss Geisel aka Dr. Seuss - was an American writer, cartoonist, animator, and artist - best known for his children's books. Adopting the moniker of Dr. Seuss during his university studies at Dartmouth and Oxford, Geisel began his career illu..."

    Tibor Gergely

    Filed under: people, ,

    "When he was a young teen he went to Galilei Circle and also became a member of the Sunday Circle after going to their lectures at the Free School of Spiritual Sciences. Later he went to Vienna with his wife Anna Lesznai. In Vienna he studied Lithogra..."

    Charles Allen Gilbert

    Filed under: people, ,

    "Gilbert is mostly known for his illustrations and paintings, including All Is Vanity (1892), Woman Playing Piano (1901), Woman with Rose (1910). In 1916, Gilbert partnered with John Randolph Bray to create Bray-Gilbert Studio. It produced the Silhoue..."

    Dan Gordon

    Filed under: people, , , , , ,

    "Daniel Gordon is best known for being a Storyboard Artist, director, and producer. His most well known work is with Famous Studios and Hanna-Barbara Productions. While working with famous in the 1930’s and 40’s, he wrote and directed many stories..."

    Ub Iwerks

    Filed under: people, , , ,

    "Iwerks was working as an artist at the Pesman-Rubin Commercial Art Studio in Kansas City when he met Walt Disney. They became good friends and colleagues. They made notable attempts at starting their own business together in Kansas City including Lau..."

    Paul Julian

    Filed under: people, , , , , , ,

    "Paul Julian was an American background and layout artist, art director and production designer whose work is best known in Warner Bros. classic Looney Tunes cartoons. He worked primari..."

    Ward Walrath Kimball

    Filed under: people, , , , , , , , , , , , ,

    "Ward Kimball was a prolific animator for Walt Disney, part of the earliest team of core animators known as "Disney's Nine Old Men." While extremely influential, his importance in the early days of Disney has meant that biographers have encountered se..."

    Marie-Georges-Jean Méliès

    Filed under: people, , , , , , , , ,

    "George Méliès was one of the earliest filmmakers, and one of the few who experimented with the vast trick and illusionist possibilities of film, inventing a wide range of cinematic techniques. These techniques include substitution splices, multiple..."

    Robert Fred “Freddie” Moore

    Filed under: people, , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

    "Freddie Moore was a highly influential animator with Walt Disney Productions in a crucial era of its development during the 30s, up until the production of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves (1937) and the establishment of the core group of animators k..."

    Lester Novros

    Filed under: people, , , ,

    "Novros was an oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker, animator and artist, as well as being a professor and a film designer, who made many breakthroughs in the large-format screen industry used widespread today to depict theatrical films. "

    Isadore Sparber

    Filed under: people, , , , , , , , ,

    "An animator born in America, Sparber first got his start in animation through the Fleischer Studios in 1922. Contributing as an uncredited writer to Superman, Betty Boop and Popeyes cartoons, as well as on Fleischer features Gulliver's Travels,..."

    Jan Švankmajer

    Filed under: people, , , , , , , , , , ,

    "Jan Švankmajer is a Czechoslovakian surrealist artist, filmmaker and animator. His work revolves around the exploration of imaginative meanings within objects of the everyday specifically through their tactile qualities. Filled with grotesque imager..."

    Vladimir William (“Bill”) Tytla

    Filed under: people, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

    "Vladimir Tytla worked as an animator for several studios, including his own. His happiest times, and best work, were done at Disney Studios where he felt a certain atmosphere of artistry and care for the animated product, which fed his deep interest ..."