Donald Moss
American 1920 -

Born in 1920 in Somerville, Massachusetts, Donald Moss received a scholarship to Vesper George, a noted Boston art school. After serving in the Marines during World War II, he moved to New York City, where he worked for various advertising agencies. His work appeared in such prestigious publications as Esquire, Collier's, and Elks Magazine.

For 30 years Moss was the premier artist for Sports Illustrated, painting more covers and editorial illustrations than any American painter. His fine art prints have been commissioned by Sports Illustrated, Arnold Palmer Enterprises, and Golf Digest, and his sports paintings are included in 200 Years of Sports in America and The Best of Sports Illustrated.

Moss has also designed several U.S. postage stamps. He is a Life Member of the Society of Illustrators and many of his works are displayed in the American Sports Hall of Fame.


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