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Milton Menasco

Illustrator

(1890 - 1974)

Milton Menasco

After painting posters and designing early silent movies Milton Menasco moved to New York where he was successful as a commercial artist. His true metier was horse portraiture and he painted the great horses of his time including Citation and Secretariat.



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The Black Stallion and Satan (1949)

The Black Stallion returns to Alec Ramsay and races his son Satan.

1949

Author(s): Walter Farley
Illustrator(s): Milton Menasco

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The Black Stallion’s Filly (1952)

Black Minx, daughter of the Black, has been spoiled - can Henry and Alec get her ready to race in the Derby?

Author(s): Walter Farley
Illustrator(s): Milton Menasco

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The Blood Bay Colt (1950)

In this exciting entry in the story of the Black Stallion and his offspring, a colt is trained to harness racing.

1950

Author(s): Walter Farley
Illustrator(s): Milton Menasco

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Son of the Black Stallion (1947)

Alec Ramsay receives the Black’s first foal, a colt named Satan.

1947

Author(s): Walter Farley
Illustrator(s): Milton Menasco

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