Fred Irvin Gallery
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Fred Irvin is a realistic illustrator who did magazine covers,
advertisements, and story illustrations during the 1940s and 1950s,
and moved to animation in the 1970s. Born in Chillicothe, Missouri, he
attended the Kansas City Art Institute in 1935 and the Chicago Academy of
Fine Arts the following year. His career as an illustrator brought him to
New York in 1940, where he began his professional career.



News: The Ashby-Hodge Gallery of American Art in Classic Hall on the Central Methodist
University Fayette campus presents its new show "Cornelia Kuemmel: A Dream Denied."
The exhibition opened January 27 with a reception in Classic Hall. The show also includes a small
exhibition of works by Fred Irvin (1914-2006), a well-respected American illustrator, animator,
and painter of pastels and watercolors, and will continue until May 12 at the Gallery.

Thanks to Mr. Butch Shaffer of Chillicothe, Missouri, for taking these photos of just a small
sampling of the Fred Irvin paintings we have at display at the museum.

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