Art & Photography
Zevi Blum (1933-2011) was known for the magical realism in his work and was a skilled satirist, depicting topical and political subjects and medieval characters in many works. He created illustrations for such publications as Atlantic Monthly, Harper's, The New York Times Book Review and Readers' Digest. He also illustrated books, including Samuel Tenenbaum's "The Wise Men of Chelm" (1965), an Erotic Art Book Society edition of John Cleland's "Fanny Hill" (1978) and Mark Binder's "The Brothers Schlemiel" (2008), among others.His artwork and satirical etchings are internationally known has been exhibited in the United States, Italy, France, Germany and Switzerland, among other countries; and his work is in several private and public collections, including the Vatican, the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia. He was also the designer of the wedding gift to Prince Charles and Princess Diana from the United States.
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