Raised on the waterfront at Long Beach, Long Island, New York, Stanley Zuckenberg is known for his black and white drawings and color illustrations for the military, magazines, and text books. Some of the authors whose books he illustrated were John Dos Passos, Somerset Maugham, Sinclair Lewis, James Michener, Vladimir Nabokov, Irving Stone and Norman Mailer. Devoted to Realism in art, and his subjects for pleasure were frequently the peaceful waterfront of New England, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland.

He began to draw at age six. He received an Art Scholarship to Pratt Institute of Fine Arts beginning 1939. He also studied at the Art Students League with Khosrov Ajootian, William Gorham, Thomas Benrimo, and Alexander Kostellow.

In 1965, Zuckerberg began an association with the Grand Central Art Galleries of the Biltmore Hotel in New York City. He is a member of the American Watercolor Society and the Society of Illustrators and has taught still life and portrait painting on Long Island. He traveled extensively throughout the Orient, Africa and India.

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