Louis Goodman Ferstadt, from the Archives of American Art
|Died||1954 (aged 53–54)
New York City
|Known for||Painting, muralist, comics|
Louis Goodman Ferstadt (1900–1954) was an American muralist and comics artist.
He was a member of the Art Students League of Chicago, in 1923. He created murals at the RCA Building and the Eighth Street Subway station in New York City. He drew comics, including "Chuck", "Mr. Risk", and "The Bouncer."
- The Thirtieth Annual Exhibition of the Works of the Art Students League of Chicago 1923
- "Lou Ferstadt (1900, Ukraine - 1954, USA)", lambiek.net
- Chuck, by Louis Ferstadt, 1944
- Mr. Risk, by Louis Ferstadt, 1944
- Kitchen, Denis; Buhle, Paul (2009). The Art of Harvey Kurtzman: The Mad Genius of Comics. Harry N. Abrams. p. 12. ISBN 978-0-8109-7296-4.
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