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Esteemed illustrator and artist, Charles Bragg’s cartoonish images of characters from history and everyday life are extremely popular and instantly recognizable. Born in Missouri, educated in New York, and currently living in California, Bragg’s satirical illustrations have been the subject of two books: The Absurd World of Charles Bragg (New York: 1980 and revised in 1991) and Charles
Bragg, The Works! A Retrospective (San Francisco: 1999) by Alan Bistock; a PBS Special: Charles Bragg-One of a Kind; and he has illustrated the pages of many magazines, newspapers and journals including Playboy, Mother Jones, and the New York Times. His work is in the collections of the Pushkin Museum in Moscow and the Dayton Museum of Art, and he has won the Art Guild of Chicago Gold Medal.
Plunkett, Edward M.
Taggert, William J.