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McCauley “Mac” Conner is a painter and illustrator born in who is 101 years old today. If we make a focus on his paintings, that’s becau

Meet One Of The Real 'Mad Men,' 1950s Ad Artist Mac Conner

Meet One Of The Real 'Mad Men,' 1950s Ad Artist Mac Conner

Thanks in large part to Matthew Weiner and his penchant for the the glorious graphic design of post-war America has been resurrected.

Don Draper has opened a 37th floor window into the art of post-war American advertising, but a new exhibit of illustrations called Mac Conner: A New York Life is attempting to fill in the picture without all the alcohol-fueled melodrama. Born in 1913, McCauley “Mac” Conner studied art via correspondence classes as a meek teen \[…\]

9 Perfect Works From the Illustrator Who Ruled the Mad Men Era

Don Draper has opened a 37th floor window into the art of post-war American advertising, but a new exhibit of illustrations called Mac Conner: A New York Life is attempting to fill in the picture without all the alcohol-fueled melodrama. Born in 1913, McCauley “Mac” Conner studied art via correspondence classes as a meek teen \[…\]

Mac Conner (born 1913, American), Sept. 1953, "The girl who was crazy about Jimmy Durante", Gouache and ink, Woman's Day Magazine. © Mac Conner. Courtesy of the artist

Mac Conner (born 1913, American), Sept. 1953, "The girl who was crazy about Jimmy Durante", Gouache and ink, Woman's Day Magazine. © Mac Conner. Courtesy of the artist

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Fishink in London. Part McCauley ‘ Mac’ Conner Paintings from the MadMen era

Don Draper has opened a 37th floor window into the art of post-war American advertising, but a new exhibit of illustrations called Mac Conner: A New York Life is attempting to fill in the picture without all the alcohol-fueled melodrama. Born in 1913, McCauley “Mac” Conner studied art via correspondence classes as a meek teen \[…\]

9 Perfect Works From the Illustrator Who Ruled the Mad Men Era

Don Draper has opened a 37th floor window into the art of post-war American advertising, but a new exhibit of illustrations called Mac Conner: A New York Life is attempting to fill in the picture without all the alcohol-fueled melodrama. Born in 1913, McCauley “Mac” Conner studied art via correspondence classes as a meek teen \[…\]

Mac Conner (born 1913, American), 1954, Killer in the Club Car, in This Week Magazine.

Mac Conner (born 1913, American), 1954, Killer in the Club Car, in This Week Magazine.

Mac Conner (born 1913, American), 1953, There’s Death For Remembrance, for This Week Magazine. Photograph: Astrid Cravens.

Mac Conner (born 1913, American), 1953, There’s Death For Remembrance, for This Week Magazine. Photograph: Astrid Cravens.

Brian Stonehouse. The Pencil Skirt 1955

The Pencil Skirt. Ink and gouache with fibre-tip pen on blue paper. For an American fashion magazine, probably Vogue, circa Provenance: The artist’s estate. Stamped ‘Stonehouse Estate / A and H’ verso.

Mac Conner, illustration for “No Kiss for Kate” by Timothy Acres. Woman’s Day, December 1953. Gouache on illustration board.

Conner's Couples: Electric, Spectral, Dreamy

Mac Conner, illustration for “No Kiss for Kate” by Timothy Acres. Woman’s Day, December Gouache on illustration board.

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