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Ronald Searle

website: http://ronaldsearle.blogspot.co.uk Searle had one of the longest, most productive and wide ranging career of any 20th century caricaturist, working in book and magazine illustration, travel reportage, war reporting, political caricature, theatre, film and medal design. His methods range from simple exaggeration of facial features, costumes and fashion fads; clever juxtapositions and contrasts of body types; […]

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Georg Grosz

My Drawings expressed my despair, hate and disillusionment, I drew drunkards; puking men; men with clenched fists cursing at the moon. … I drew a man, face filled with fright, washing blood from his hands … I drew lonely little men fleeing madly through empty streets. I drew a cross-section of tenement house: through one […]

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Maggi Hambling

Maggi Hambling website Edge paintings The Wave Fitzwilliam Museum exhibition 2010 Walls of Water: The Monotypes, Marlborough Gallery 2014-2015 Google images Hambling, M. 2009. You Are the Sea, Great Britain, Lux Books. Hambling, M. 2010. The Aldeburgh Scallop, Suffolk, Full Circle Editions. Hambling, M. 2010. The Sea, Salford Quays, Lowry Press. Maggi Hambling is a British […]

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Gerald Scarfe

To be developed using my notes and books from ‘Gerald Scarfe: Stage and Screen. House of Illustration exhibition February 2018.   Gerald Anthony Scarfe (b.1936) English caricaturist, illustrator for The New Yorker and editorial cartoonist for The Sunday Times. A former friend of the caricaturist Ralph Steadman, Scarfe was an early contributor to the scurrilous […]

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Ralph Steadman

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Romare Bearden

To be done based on books I have Wikipedia

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Collage forthcoming

  Caricature While many illustrators have continued to use the simple materials of pen and wash, line and watercolour, established during the eighteenth century as a way to draw caricatures, others have explored the possibility of collage and photomontage as a way of directly using the image of their subjects. Using collage can be quicker and more direct, […]

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Rebecca Solnit

Solnit was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut, to a Jewish father and Irish Catholic mother,[3] and in 1966 her family moved to Novato, California, where she grew up. “I was a battered little kid,” she said of her childhood.[4] She skipped high school altogether, enrolling in an alternative junior high in the public school system that took her through tenth grade, when she […]

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Richard Littler: Scarfolk

Scarfolk is a fictional northern English town created by writer and designer Richard Littler, who is sometimes identified as the town mayor. First published as a blog of fake historical documents, parodying British public information posters of the 1970s, a collected book was published in 2014. https://scarfolk.blogspot.com https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1t7KxXy44QC5qC1R0h53Mg Littler has said “I was always scared as a kid, […]

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Lawrence Weiner

http://www.artnet.com/artists/lawrence-weiner/ https://www.lissongallery.com/artists/lawrence-weiner https://www.tate.org.uk/art/artists/lawrence-weiner-7743 https://www.guggenheim.org/artwork/artist/lawrence-weiner