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August 23, 2018

Since I have always taken pleasure in the immediacy of drawing and its reflection of the moment in which it was made, I think the Chinese paintings in our Cheefoo house had an influence in that attitude. I have never been attracted to art that is painstakingly rendered to achieve illusory effects. I also respect that drawing can reveal the struggle and imperfection of its creation as well as the energy and beauty of its subject.

SVA -- Islands of Visual Delight: James McMullan Enters The SVA Subway Series Hall of Fame

June 27, 2018

Last week, former SVA faculty member James McMullan, who taught various illustration classes for over 30 years, was inducted into the Society of Illustrators Hall of Fame. This week, we're honoring his place in another pantheon of graphic arts greats: the SVA Subway Series Hall of Fame. 

Society of Illustrators -- 2018 Hall of Fame Inductee James McMullan

June 21, 2018

Arriving at Grand Central Station one morning in 1990, I was transfixed by a poster that hung to the side of Gate 22. I stopped to stare, thus becoming an annoying impediment to those rushing to work. The poster was unlike any other I’d ever seen. 

November 16, 2017

James McMullan, the Toulouse-Lautrec of contemporary New York, has captured the city’s cultural pulse with his inimitable posters for the Lincoln Center Theater. After three decades, the artist still treats his daunting mandate as if he were just starting out.

July 14, 2017

Magalie Laguerre-Wilkinson meets artist James McMullan who has been creating Lincoln Center Theater’s iconic posters for over 30 years. 

News China -- Leaving China: A WWII Boyhood

February 07, 2017

James McMullan, an acclaimed artist, has created an illustrated book about his experiences growing up in China during wartime

January 23, 2017

No other living artist is more closely identified with an American theater company than James McMullan. For 30 years, his painterly posters for Lincoln Center Theater have been turned into collectibles that are more than advertising: They’re synonymous with the shows themselves. It’s hard to think of “Carousel” without recalling his artwork for the 1994 revival that depicts a brooding Billy Bigelow, vividly illuminated from below, atop wooden horses that rear beneath an angry sky.

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