|Born||June 8, 1901|
New York, New York
|Died||August 10, 1996(aged 95)|
|Known for||Illustration, Printmaking|
(m. 1948; died in 1987)
Doris (D. S.) Spiegel (1901-1996) was an American artist known for her magazine and book illustrations as well as her etchings.
Spiegel was born on June 8, 1901 in New York City. She worked as a secretary for Blanche Knopf at the publishing house of Alfred A. Knopf. She began sketching on the New York subway and subsequently enrolled in the Art Students League of New York. In 1928 she received a Guggenheim Fellowship which she used to travel to France and Italy to capture street scenes. She spent about two years living in France. In 1933 her illustrations for the book Paris to the Life: A Sketch-book was published. The text for the book was written by Paul Morand.
Spiegel went on to provide illustrations for The Forum, The New Yorker, and The Saturday Review. She also created prints, which she exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago, the Library of Congress, the National Academy of Design, the Philadelphia Art Alliance, and the Society of American Etchers.
In the 1948 she married fellow illustrator Jerome Rozen (1895-1987). She was his second wife.
- "Doris (D.S.) Spiegel". AskArt. Retrieved 1 August 2020.
- "Doris Spiegel". Fletcher/Copenhaver Fine Art. Retrieved 1 August 2020.
- "Doris Spiegel". John Simon Guggenheim Foundation. Retrieved 1 August 2020.
- "Jerome Rozen". Pulp Artists. Retrieved 1 August 2020.
- "Paris barber / D. Spiegel". Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. 20540 USA. Retrieved 1 August 2020.
- "Vendress". Metropolitan Museum of Art. Retrieved 1 August 2020.
- images of Spiegel's work on Phyllis Lucas Gallery