John Pierotti

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

John Pierotti (July 26, 1911 – May 1987)[1] was a cartoonist who was probably best known for his editorial cartoons. He received the National Cartoonist Society Editorial Cartoon Award for 1975.

Having first been Treasurer for 9 years, he was president of the National Cartoonist's Society from 1957–1959 and won numerous awards for his cartoons. His father, Roger C. Pierotti, emigrated from Italy, and was a Professor of Oil Painting and his mother, of German descent, was a sculptor. He lived in Brooklyn for most of his life where he raised his three children Melba, John Jr., and Pamela with his wife Helen, née Mastrangelo.


  1. ^ "Political, Sports Cartoonist John Pierotti Dead" The Comics Journal #116 (July 1987) p. 24

External links[edit]