Drawn to Life: Al Hirschfeld and the Theater of Tennessee Williams
For the Tennessee Williams centennial, The Historic New Orleans Collection organized this show & catalogue. Hirschfeld drew almost all Williams productions on & off Broadway.
The Line King - The Al Hirschfeld Story
The Oscar nominated Line King is a fascinating portrait of the artist as a cultural icon, With appearances by Lauren Bacall, Carol Channing, and others.
Drawn to Life: Al Hirschfeld and the Theater of Tennessee Williams
For the Tennessee Williams centennial, The Historic New Orleans Collection organized this show & catalogue. Hirschfeld drew almost all Williams productions on & off Broadway.
The Line King - The Al Hirschfeld Story
The Oscar nominated Line King is a fascinating portrait of the artist as a cultural icon, With appearances by Lauren Bacall, Carol Channing, and others.
Window card for Where's Charley?
The classic Broadway musical based on the play Charley's Aunt starred Ray Bolger who introduced "Once In Love With Amy".
Hirschfeld's Hollywood: The Film Art of Al Hirschfeld
For the first time, Hirschfeld’s nine decades of film art are collected in a comprehensive book, illustrated with more than 100 drawings, collages, & posters.
Westward Ha! (Or Around the World in 80 Cliches)
A hilarious and fully illustrated account of Perelman and Hirschfeld’s trip around the world for Holiday magazine.
Hirschfeld On Line [Hardcover]
A career-spanning retrospective with essays by friends, families and those who have been immortalized by him.
Hirschfeld's Harlem [Paperback]
A beautiful valentine to African-American artists and beyond. Hirschfeld’s Harlem is well-worth a visit, as exhilarating as a breath of late-night air.
Fade Out, Fade In
Window card from the 1964 Comden & Green - Jule Styne musical.
In line with Al Hirschfeld: January 18-April 5, 1998, Katonah Museum of Art
Award-winning catalogue from the first complete museum retrospective of Hirschfeld's work. Includes many works not found in any other publication.
The Swiss Family Perelman
Illustrated by Hirschfeld, this is the hilarious and unforgettable account of the Perelman family’s trip around the world.
The Speakeasies of 1932: Paperback
Originally published in 1932 as "Manhattan Oases," Hirschfeld's book memorializes 3 dozen of some 32,000 illegal drinking holes in New York during Prohibition.
Hirschfeld's British Aisles [Paperback]
Here are the luminaries of the West End captured in their stage glory by the only recording device allowed in the theatre: Hirschfeld's pencil.
Listen to the Mockingbird
This was the 1st of 3 books Hirschfeld illustrated for his longtime friend S. J. Perelman. Great humor and art.
Hirschfeld: Art and Recollections From Eight Decades
More than 3/4 of the drawings in this book have not been seen since their initial publication. Introduction by Alistair Cooke.
Window Card for My Fair Lady
The classic poster from My Fair Lady. This iconic image has become the logo for the show.
Window card for The Golden Apple
1954 poster for 1st Off-Broadway show to win Best Musical from NY Drama Critics' Circle. Drawing appeared on the program & cast album.
Window card for Portofino
A famous 1958 Broadway musical flop, it nevertheless inspired a great piece of theatre iconography.
Window card for Hello Dolly!
The signature image of Carol Channing, who claimed Hirschfeld made her a star. All he did was transmute her presence into ink.
Hirschfeld's On The Record

Hirschfeld of the Day

THE GARRICK PLAYHOUSE

"the garrick playhouse" 1938