Remembering British Cartoonist Ronald Searle

Tuesday, January 03, 2012

British artist and cartoonist Ronald Searle died on December 30 at age 91 at his home in southern France. Best known as the creator of the "St. Trinian's School" series, and illustrator of the "Molesworth" books, Searle was revered as one of the greatest British graphic artists. Celeste Headlee remembers Searle's life and career.

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