Mr. Eichenberg was an internationally recognized graphic artist, illustrator, and autor whose acheivements ared documented in the Library of Conress. He holds several honorary degrees, including URI, where he served as professor and Chair of the Art Department. He became a well-known author, with texts that became standard for the feild. He became a member of several prestigious design and art academies and societies, one of which is the National Academy of Design, which honored him with the F.S. Lee Morse Medal. He emigrated from Germany in 1933, and made Rhode Island his home.
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