Phoenix Art Institute

Phoenix Art Institute, originally located at 350 Madison Avenue in New York, New York, was an educational institution co-founded in 1925 by Franklin Booth with Lauros M. Phoenix.wikipedia
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Franklin Booth

Phoenix Art Institute, originally located at 350 Madison Avenue in New York, New York, was an educational institution co-founded in 1925 by Franklin Booth with Lauros M. Phoenix.
Although he "believe[d] in schools to a certain extent" at one point in his career, he co-founded the Phoenix Art Institute and was an educator for 21 years.

Pratt Institute

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In 1974, the New York Phoenix School of Design merged with the Pratt Institute to form the Pratt-Phoenix School of Design
In 1974, the New York Phoenix School of Design, formerly the New York School of Applied Design for Women and the Phoenix Art Institute, merged with the Pratt Institute to form the Pratt-New York Phoenix School of Design, which offered three-year certificate programs in art and design at least into the late 1970s.

Warren King (cartoonist)

Warren King
Warren King (cartoonist)
King was trained as a painter and attended the Phoenix Art Institute and the Grand Central School of Art.

New York School of Applied Design for Women

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In 1944, it merged with the New York School of Applied Design for Women, becoming the New York Phoenix School of Design.
The school became the New York Phoenix School of Design in 1944 when it merged with the Phoenix Art Institute, and in 1974, it merged with the Pratt Institute to form the Pratt-New York Phoenix School of Design.

John Cullen Murphy

John Cullen Murphy
After high school, he studied in New York City at the Phoenix Art Institute and the Art Students League, where he was taught by the anatomist George Bridgman.

Frank Wright Jr.

Frank Wright, Jr.
Wright studied at Lynchburg College and the Phoenix Art Institute (later the New York—Phoenix School of Design) in New York City.

Norman Rockwell

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Other teachers were Norman Rockwell, Walter Beach Humphrey, and Thomas Fogarty.

Walter Beach Humphrey

Other teachers were Norman Rockwell, Walter Beach Humphrey, and Thomas Fogarty.

Bob LeRose

Following his discharge three years later, he attended Phoenix Art Institute in New York City on the G.I. Bill.

Marion Gilmore

Gilmore moved to New York City and studied simultaneously at the Phoenix Art Institute under Franklin Booth and Norman Rockwell and at the Art Students League of New York.