Cyril Satorsky


Born London, 1927

Leeds College of Art - National Diploma in Design 1944

Awarded a Royal Scholarship in 1946 to the Royal College of Art

Graduated 1949 - Associate of the Royal College of Art with First Class Honors

Awarded a Royal Traveling Scholarship to study Spanish Moorish art in Spain

and a Royal Research Scholarship in painting for a post-graduate year of study at 

The Royal College of Art

 Worked as an artist and designer in London and at the University of Texas in Austin.  

        Taught at Leicester University, Hammersmith College of Art, Camberwell College of Arts and Crafts

             and at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland, where he served as chairman 

        of the Department of Visual Communication  

Currently living and painting in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

Works in the Following Collections

Cincinatti Art Museum

Essex Community College, Baltimore, MD

Wooster College, Ohio

Louisburg College Art Museum, Louisburg, NC

Baltimore Museum of Art

Kinsey Institute Art Collection

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

The Jewish Museum

Albright Knox Gallery

Books Illustrated:

Sir Garwain and the Green Night, Limited Editions Club

illustrations in The Old Testament, Oxford University Press

The Singing Air, Ark Press, U.K.

The Song of Songs, Ark Press, U.K.

The Frenchman and the Seven Deadly Sins, Doubleday, NY

The Tinder Box, Prentice-Hall

Great Day in Israel, Abelard-Schuman, NY

Solome by Oscar Wilde (fabric binding design), The Folio Society

A Pride of Rabbis, a cycle of prints and poems,

Limited Edition, Aquarius Press

Currently, living and painting in New Orleans, Louisiana


Royal College of Art

The Royal Society of Wood Engravers, London

The Royal Academy, London

Ben Uri Gallery, London

Atheneum Museum, Alexandria VA

Gallery K, Washington DC

Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore MD

John Wilson Gallery, Atlanta GA

Maryland Institute College of Art

Philadelphia Print Club

Dulin National Annual Print Show, Knoxville TN

Gallery Four, Alexandria VA

Michelson Gallery, Northampton MA

Ferdinand Roten Gallery , Baltimore MD

Tomlinson Gallery, Baltimore, MD

Gillygooley Gallery, North Hatley, Québec

First Prize Award from Baltimore City for design of billboard mural (48’x 12’)