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You will always have 4 search options for Al Hirschfeld's Drawings:

1. Alphabetical by TITLE.*

2. Chronological Presentation, click any decade on the TIME TABLE, left.

3. The A-Z Search* at the bottom of every page.

* When a Hirschfeld Drawing is of a single person—whether as a portrait, or as a single actor in a play or in a film—the title of the Drawing is usually listed under the person's name—often by the first letter of the person's first name. For example, a solo portrait of Frank Sinatra will usually be listed under Frank. We like to think of each of these drawings as its own Hirschfeld Soliloquy.

Sometimes Hirschfeld Drawings will also listed by genre, such as Jazz, Opera, and Classical Composers & Conductors. If you are looking for Giuseppe Verdi, you will find him both under Giuseppe and Classical.

4. We have Hirschfeld Drawings gathered by genre:
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OPERA
CLASSICAL COMPOSERS & CONDUCTORS


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A Touch Of The Poetsold
Eric Portman, Betty Field, Helen Hayes, and Kim Stanley

Al Hirschfeld Self Portrait with “Mes Amis”

An Evening With Beatrice Lillie
Kenneth Walton, Beatrice Lillie, and Reginald Gardiner

Bedtime Story with Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy; and Triple Play with James Mason, Pamela Kellino, and their daughter Portland

Borscht Capadessold
Patsy Abbott, Phil Foster, Mickey Katz, The Barry Sisters, Jack Hilliard, Dave Barry, and Raasche

"Brawny Specimens On Broadway": Ralph Meeker in Picnic, Jordan Bentley In Wonderful Town, Alfred Drake In The King And I, and Jack Cassidy In Wish You Were Here

By The Beautiful Sea
Mae Barnes, Robert Jennings, Shirley Booth, and Wilbur Evans

Cleveland Amory

Dame Judith Anderson As Hamletsold

Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher

Electra With The Greek National Chorus Theatre
Katina Paxinou and Alexis Minotis

Flower Drum Song
Pat Suzuki and Miyoshi Umeki

The Four Poster
Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy

Frank Sinatra and Franchot Tonesold

Fred Astaire, "Daddy Long Legs" On The Back Lot Of 20th Century Fox

Gregory Peck in Captain Horatio Hornblowersold

He Raised A Corner Of The Curtain And Peeped Underneath
S.J. Perelman and Al Hirschfeld

Jane
Howard St. John, Irene Browne, Edna Best, and Basil Rathbone

John Brown's Body
Tyrone Power, Judith Anderson, and Raymond Massey

Lassiesold

The Liar
Philip Coolidge, Melville Cooper, Barbara Ashley, Bill Eythe, and Paula Laurence

Lucy & Desi, I Love LucyLucy & Desi, I Love Lucysold
Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz

Marty With Ernest Borgnine and Desperate Hours With Paul Newmansold

The McGuire Sisters and Tony Marvin

The Medium
Leo Coleman, Zelma George, and Gian Carlo Menotti

Old Theatre, New Theatre

Phil Silvers in Top Banana

Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee in Play Of The Week.
Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee

Robert Goulet

Sammy Davis Jr.sold

Scene Change Under The Stars At The Long Beach Theater

Silk Stockings
Hildegarde Neff, Don Ameche, Philip Sterling, David Opatoshu, Henry Lascoe, and Leon Belasco

S.J. Perelman: Are You Traveling For Pleasure?

S.J. Perelman: My Movements, To Be Candid, Were Not Aided Materially By A Torrent Of Salted Nuts And Fruits

S.J. Perelman: Swiss Family"It's A Pity To Waste This Negligee On Her,"
Observed My Helpmate

S.J. Perelman: "The Man's a Well-Known Polthroon and Renegade," Each One Whispered

Sylvester L. (Pat) Weaver
President of NBC

The Girl In The Pink Tights
Jeanmaire and Alexandre Kalioujny and The French Ballet Company

The Sea Gull
Montgomery Clift and Judith Evelyn

The Two Margaret’s I Know
Ike (Dwight Eisenhower), Margaret Truman, and Elsa Maxwell

Three Imposing Authoresses
Edna Ferber, Taylor Caldwell, and Frances Parkinson Keyes

Trapeze
Burt Lancaster, Gina Lollobrigida, and Tony Curtis

Walter Slezak in The First Gentleman

Wish You Were Heresold
Jack Cassidy, Sheila Bond, and Paul Valentine

 





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Sometimes Hirschfeld Drawings are also listed by genre, such as Jazz, Opera, and Classical Composers. If you are looking for Giuseppe Verdi, you will find him both under Giuseppe and Classical Composers.

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