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Margo Feiden was asked to give a live radio interview about our Galleries’ longtime client Robin Williams, a personal friend of hers for many years. For those who would like to hear her Robin stories, you will find the link below, below Margo Feiden’s name.

Robin Williams Tribute Show with Margo Feiden

Robin Williams Tribute Show with Margo Feiden

"Breakthrough Entertainment" pays tribute to Robin Williams with featured guest Margo Feiden, a personal friend of the late actor.
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helen hayes at the margo feiden galleries

BC/EFA Soiree at the Margo Feiden Galleries Ltd. on Tuesday, March 4, 2014. Shown L to R: Ryan Walls, Danny Whitman, Tom Viola, and (seated) Margo Feiden. On the easel is Hirschfeld's Original Crow Quill Pen and Ink Drawing: Judith Jamison Celebrates the 40th Anniversary of Alvin Ailey. Click.

diane keaton honors Woody Allen at the Golden Globe Awards

WOODY ALLEN’s longtime friend and co-star DIANE KEATON accepts the Cecil B. Demille Award for lifetime achievement on Allen's behalf at the 2014 GOLDEN GLOBE Awards.
Brava, Diane! for your perfect acceptance speech: "Make New Friends, But Keep the Old..." .
The backdrop is the AL HIRSCHFELD drawing of the two actors in the 1977 film ANNIE HALL.

woody allen screen set for Golden Globe Awards

The Screen Title Card used by the Golden Globes as the defining visual image to announce Woody Allen.

MARGO FEIDEN and our entire GALLERY FAMILY say Congratulations! to our friend and Hirschfeld collector, WOODY ALLEN. Indeed, if laughter is the best medicine, your extraordinary career is one delicious pill!
THIS IS THE HIRSCHFELD that "stood in" for WOODY ALLEN at the GOLDEN GLOBES: to see information about this Hirschfeld, Silver Screen Edition, click here. For the Technicolor Edition click here.

New York Post, Page Six, Thursday, January 9, 2014:
Al Hirschfeld Art To Replace Woody Allen at Golden Globe Awards!

woody allen

Inset: Hirschfeld's three dimensional drawing of Woody Allen.

“Blue Jasmine” director WOODY ALLEN won’t be onstage to receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award at Sunday’s GOLDEN GLOBES — but a piece of AL HIRSCHFELD art  depicting Allen from the vaults of the MARGO FEIDEN GALLERIES LTD. will be.

The Greenwich Village gallery was contracted to provide an iconic image of Allen from Hirschfeld’s archives, sources tell Page Six. The image that will appear onstage at the Beverly Hilton is an Al Hirschfeld lithograph that shows Woody Allen contemplating a flower. Allen’s longtime pal and “Annie Hall” star DIANE KEATON will accept the honor for him alongside the Hirschfeld art.

Hirschfeld was famous for hiding the name of his daughter, “Nina,” in his intricate illustrations. This one has two.

Al Hirschfeld Holiday Tribute at Henri Bendel in NY

Jerry Stiller and Margo Feiden attend Al Hirschfeld Holiday Tribute at Henri Bendel in NY Jerry Stiller and Margo Feiden attend Al Hirschfeld Holiday Tribute at Henri Bendel in NY
Jerry Stiller and Margo Feiden attend Al Hirschfeld Holiday Tribute at Henri Bendel in NY Margo Feiden signs The Hirschfeld Spectacular poster at Henri Bendel in NY

Comedian and actor Jerry Stiller and Margo Feiden, owner of the Margo Feiden Galleries Ltd.
attend the Henri Bendel Celebrates The Work Of ...

Read Michael Musto's Opening Night Interview with Jerry Stiller and Margo Feiden.

EXCLUSIVE! Henri Bendel Creates A Holiday Window Spectacular Celebrating
The Legendary Artist Al Hirschfeld, Highlight Hollywood News

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Read Richard Skipper’s blog about the Al Hirschfeld Holiday Tribute at Henri Bendel in NY

liza minnelli by al hirschfeld

Please note: This video begins with a 30 second commercial.

The Changing Face of LIZA MINNELLI, 2012,  from  the BBC series, “The Changing Face Of.” Back2Back Productions, a UK-based Documentary production company Interviews MARGO FEIDEN about her friend and client Liza Minnelli, showing the AL HIRSCHFELD drawings that have highlighted Minnelli throughout her career.  Documentary also includes Al Hirschfeld drawings of JUDY GARLAND, FRED ASTAIRE, GINGER ROGERS, GENE KELLY, CYD CHARISSE, DONALD O'CONNOR, DEBBIE REYNOLDS, FRANK SINATRA, ROBERT DENIRO, and many more.

carol channing

One of the evenings highlights, was the silent auction which featured two signed limited edition Hirschfeld prints of Channing in Jerry Herman’s “Hello Dolly!”, donated by the Margo Feiden Galleries Ltd. in New York and garnered over $11,000 to be split between both the Channing/Kullijian Foundation and The Actors Fund. THE ACTORS FUND is a national human services organization that helps everyone - performers and those behind the scenes - who works in performing arts and entertainment, helping nearly 12,000 people directly each year, and hundreds of thousands online. Serving professionals in film, theatre, television, music, opera, radio and dance, The Fund’s programs include social services and emergency assistance, health care and insurance, housing, and employment and training services. With offices in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, The Actors Fund has - for over 125 years - been a safety net for those in need, crisis or transition. Visit

Hirschfeld Retrospective of Stephen Sondheim
Bergdorf Goodman, April 2010

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Al Hirschfeld Retrospective of Stephen Sondheim

Al Hirschfeld Retrospective of Stephen Sondheim

Vanessa Williams signs Al Hirschfeld giclee
VANESSA WILLIAMS signs an AL HIRSCHFELD Giclee for the MARGO FEIDEN GALLERIES LTD. to auction for the Al Hirschfeld Free Clinic of The Actors Fund, and Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Ms. Williams signs the Giclée in her dressing room at Studio 54 on May 6, 2010. The print formerly hung in the STEPHEN SONDHEIM themed windows at Bergdorf Goodman and the signed giclées will be auctioned for charity ( UPI /Laura Cavanaugh

Margo Feiden, aviatrix, 1985 from The Official Website for Al Hirschfeld
The interview with

April, 2009

Al Hirschfeld Vintage Black Cinema Postage Stamp


On July 16, 2008 the United States Postal Service issued five stamps to honor “Vintage Black Cinema.” Included in these commemorate stamps is Hirschfeld’s 1929 poster for the movie Hallelujah—one of the first major-studio films (MGM) to feature an all-black cast.

This dramatic story of a field laborer who is seduced away from his community by worldly temptations was filmed primarily in Arkansas and Tennessee. Noted for its portrayal of the rural African-American religious experience, Hallelujah earned King Vidor a nomination for Best Director.


al hirschfeld at his drawing board

Twelve years ago, Al Hirschfeld completes his watercolor for Oklahoma!, to herald its opening on Broadway on March 21, 2002. Hirschfeld’s Drawing-in-color, published in The New York Times, features Patrick Wilson, Jessica Boevers, Aasif Mandvi, Shuler Hensley, Andrea Martin, Justin Bohon, and Josefina Gabrielle.

If you look closely at Al Hirschfeld’s board, you can see that he has already completed the Drawing in pencil underneath his Drawing in watercolor.

Many of the actors, producers, and many of the creative team, wanted to purchase this Drawing from me, but Patrick Wilson called me even before this Hirschfeld Drawing was dry on its board!

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al hirschfeldAl Hirschfeld: “Ladies & Gentlemen (Vol. 1)”,
International Fanzine 137 (Limited Edition Magazine)
summer 2008, Madrid, Spain

 "The Al Hirschfeld Project" press release from the New York City
Department of Education and the Al Hirschfeld Foundation, March 2008

"Fine Lines" by Ed Travers,
from New York Spaces, Vol 4/ No 1, March 2007

"Hirschfeld's Harlem" by Paula Frosch,
from The Library Journal, January 4, 2004

"Al Hirschfeld Could Catch Your Essence in Flight" by Michael Kimmelman,
from The New York Times, January 26, 2003

"Al Hirschfeld, 99, Dies; He Drew Broadway" by Richard F. Shepard with
Mel Gussow from The New York Times, January 21, 2003

"A Theater Gets A New Name: Al Hirschfeld" by Jesse McKinley,
from The New York Times, September 26, 2002

"Line King: A Warm Sketch of Hirschfeld" by Kevin Thomas,
from Los Angeles Times, December 6, 1996

"The High Art of Arts Illustrator Al Hirschfeld" by Craig Wilson,
from USA Today, December 17, 1991

"The Fine, Pure Line of Al Hirschfeld" by William Albright,
from The Houston Post, March 1, 1989

"Drawing a Fine Line" by Tom Rubin,
from Playbill, October 31, 1988

"Hirschfeld at 85" by Neil A. Grauer,
from The Evening Sun, June 27, 1988

"The Man of 3,000 Faces Is Honored at Age 85" by Mervyn Rothstein,
from The New York Times, June 21, 1988

"Daumier on the Aisle" by Ellen Stern,
from GQ, September, 1987

"Drawing the Line on the Great White Way" by Melissa Fletcher,
from San Antonio Light, November 16, 1986

"Al Hirschfeld: The World's Theater at the Stroke of a Pen" by Thomas Quinn Curtiss,
from International Herald Tribune, August 26, 1985

"Hirschfeld in London" by Benedict Nightingale,
from The New York Times, July 17, 1985

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