Thomas Frederick McKnight

Born in 1941, Thomas Frederick McKnight was an American artist from Lawrence, Kansas. He studied art at Wesleyan University in Connecticut and later pursued a graduate degree in art history at the prestigious Columbia University in New York. McKnight is best known for his contemporary paintings, posters, and prints. His work has earned national recognition and is showcased in permanent exhibits at New York’s Metropolitan Museum, DC’s Smithsonian Institute, and Connecticut’s New Britain Museum of Art. Thomas Frederick McKnight marks a pivotal chapter in American art history.

Career Highlights

McKnight’s work holds significant weight in our popular culture. From 90210 to When Harry Met Sally, his work has appeared in a variety of beloved movies and tv shows throughout the years. In 1988, his print of the Constitution was crowned as the official image for the U.S. Constitution Bicentennial. President Bill Clinton and First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton remain lifetime fans of McKnight’s artistry. During the Clinton presidency, McKnight crafted the Presidential Christmas card for the years 1994, 1995, and 1996.

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