Walter Einsel

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Walter Einsel (1926–1998) was an American sculptor and illustrator from Westport, Connecticut.


Einsel studied at Parsons The New School for Design, in New York, before taking on assignments from The New York Times. He eventually became art director for NBC, meeting his wife after applying for the same position with CBS. A large portion of his output, which has now become his legacy, were gifts created for his wife, Naiad Einsel. The couple shared a business as independent artists throughout the majority of his life. Together, they were the first married artists to create stamp designs for the U.S. Postal Service. They were hired together, to create an exhibition for the AT&T Age of Information Centre, producing fifty-five figures, with intricate details and moving parts. These were shown at Disney World's EPCOT Center in Florida. In recent years before Walter Einsel's death, both artists were inducted into the Society of Illustrators Hall of Fame.[1][2][3][4]


  1. Illustrating the Einsels' love story – Westport News Meg Barone, 10 February 2011. (Retrieved 5 March 2011.)
  2. Xlibris Releases Art From The Heart – New Picture Book is An Astonishing Collection of Tokens of Love in the Form of Art, Sculpture, Poems, and Songs Xlibris, 13 May 2009. (Retrieved 5 March 2011.)
  3. Walter Einsel – Biography, vital info, and auction records for Walter Einsel (Retrieved 5 March 2011.)
  4. Today's Inspiration: "I liked his artwork because it looked like mine." Leif Peng, 6 June 2006. (Retrieved 5 March 2011.)