Photo Flash: Marlon Brando, Arthur Miller & More Immortalized by Hirschfeld; First Look at NYPL's THE LINE KING Exhibit! High Res Photos


In The Line King's Library: Al Hirschfeld at The New York Public Library, The Library for the Performing Arts presents the largest exhibition of Al Hirschfeld's artwork and archival material from its collection. On display through January 4, 2014, in the Library for the Performing Art's Oenslager Gallery, the free, multimedia exhibition celebrates the Al Hirschfeld Foundation's latest gift of Hirschfeld papers and objects to the Library, and commemorates the 110th anniversary of his birth. BroadwayWorld brings you a special sneak peek of the exhibit below!


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You Can’t Take it With You, c. 1971 With Paul Trueman, George Tobias, Henry Travers, and Josephine Hull





Whoopi Goldberg, 1984





Tennessee Williams with a program for A Streetcar Named Desire, c. 1971 One of the Pulitzer Prize series commissioned and donated to the Billy Rose Theater Division by Harold Steinberg





A Streetcar Named Desire, 1982 From the limited edition of the play with illustrations by Hirschfeld





Sidney Kingsley with a program for Men in White, c. 1971 One of the Pulitzer Prize series commissioned and donated to the Billy Rose Theater Division by Harold Steinberg





Robert Sherwood with program for Abe Lincoln In Illinois, c. 1971 One of the Pulitzer Prize series commissioned and donated to the Billy Rose Theater Division by Harold Steinberg










George Kaufman and Moss Hart with program for You Can’t Take It With You, c. 1971 One of the Pulitzer Prize series commissioned and donated to the Billy Rose Theater Division by Harold Steinberg





Daughter of Silence, 1961 With Emlyn Williams, Rip Torn, Janet Margolin and William Hansen





Broadway Rhythm, 1943





Arthur Miller with program for Death of a Salesman, c. 1971 One of the Pulitzer Prize series commissioned and donated to the Billy Rose Theater Division by Harold Steinberg





Raymond Massey in Abe Lincoln In Illinois, c. 1971





Men In White, c. 1971 One of the Pulitzer Prize series commissioned and donated to the Billy Rose Theater Division by Harold Steinberg





A Streetcar Named Desire, c.1971 With Jessica Tandy and Marlon Brando One of the Pulitzer Prize series commissioned and donated to the Billy Rose Theater Division by Harold Steinberg





Death of a Salesman, 1973 With Mildred Dunnock and Lee J. Cobb





Iceman Cometh with Jason Robards, 1960





Jack Lemmon in Tribute, 1979





My Fair Lady window card, 1956





Leonard Bernstein, date unknown





Cakewalk, 1970 Lithograph from the Rhythm series portfolio





Charleston Lithograph from the Rhythm series portfolio, 1970





Pas De Deux, 1970 Lithograph from the Rhythm series portfolio





Martha Graham, 1969








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