The founder of New York’s School of Visual Arts, Silas H Rhodes, has died, aged 91. He leaves behind an impressive legacy as the co-founder of the ground-breaking SVA, (formerly the Cartoonists’ and Illustrators’ School), as creative director of the Visual Arts Press and as the author of numerous articles for Graphis and the Society of Illustrators Annual.
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