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Keith Mallett, 1948 | Abstract Figurative painter



Keith Mallett 1948 | American painter | African American art


Keith Mallett, American painter, was born in Pennsylvania, and received his formal art training at the Art Students League, and Hunter College in New York City. He has worked as a freelance artist and for fifteen years was the in-house artist for Frontline Art Publishers. Keith’s work is currently published by Canadian Art Prints, one of the largest fine art publishers in the world.
Keith Mallett 1948 | American painter | African American art

Keith was commissioned to design the official limited edition print commemorating the 50th anniversary of Jackie Robinson’s historic breakthrough into major league baseball. His art was chosen to grace the cover of Chicken Soup for The African American Soul, the first Chicken Soup collection to deal exclusively with the African American experience. Both Franklin Mint and Lenox Collections have created collectibles of Keith’s most popular works. His artwork can be found in many private and corporate collections throughout the world. A feature article on Keith appeared in U.S. Art Magazine.
Décor Magazine recently covered his work in an artist’s profile. As an inherently curious artist Keith has worked in in a variety of mediums. He first learned oil painting under the tutelage of Sidney Dickenson, a student of William Merritt Chase; later  he found working with acrylic paint better suited his nature. In recent years he has also worked as a ceramic artist and printmaker.

Keith Mallett 1948 | American painter | African American art

Keith Mallett 1948 | American painter | African American art

Keith Mallett 1948 | American painter | African American art Keith Mallett 1948 | American painter | African American art

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Keith Mallett 1948 | American painter | African American art

Keith Mallett 1948 | American painter | African American art

Keith Mallett 1948 | American painter | African American art

Keith Mallett 1948 | American painter | African American art

Keith Mallett 1948 | American painter | African American art

Il pittore Americano* Keith Mallett è nato in Pennsylvania ed ha ricevuto la sua formazione artistica formale presso la Art Students League e l'Hunter College di New York City. Ha lavorato come artista freelance e per quindici anni è stato l'artista in-house per Frontline Art Publishers.
Il lavoro di Keith è attualmente pubblicato da stampe d'arte canadesi, uno dei più grandi editori d'arte del mondo.
Keith è stato incaricato di progettare l'edizione limitata di stampa ufficiale per commemorare il 50 ° anniversario della svolta storica di Jackie Robinson in Major League Baseball.
La sua arte è stata scelta per la copertina di Chicken Soup for the Soul afro-americana, la prima collezione di minestra di pollo per trattare esclusivamente con l'esperienza afro-americana.
Sia Franklin Mint e Lenox Collezioni hanno creato oggetti da collezione delle opere più famose di Keith. Le sue opere si trovano in numerose collezioni private e aziendali in tutto il mondo. Un articolo su Keith apparso negli Stati Uniti Art Magazine.
Décor Magazine ha recentemente ricoperto il suo lavoro nel profilo di un artista.
Come artista intrinsecamente curiosa Keith ha lavorato in una varietà di mezzi. In primo luogo ha imparato pittura ad olio sotto la guida di Sidney Dickenson, uno studente di William Merritt Chase, poi ha trovato lavoro con vernice acrilica adatta meglio la sua natura. Negli ultimi anni ha anche lavorato come ceramista ed incisore.

Keith Mallett 1948 | American painter | African American art






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