CHARLES BRAGG (1931- ) Painter, sculptor, and illustrator of commentary on human behavior, Charles Bragg often injects his sense of humor and appreciation of satire into his subjects, many which are cartoonish and seem half human and half animal. He is also capable of depicting serious subjects, ones that become poignant commentaries on the human condition. In 1968 a successful one-man show made him so popular that his talent and wit emerged making him in high demand on the contemporary art scene. Since that time, he has held numerous solo exhibitions, and has been frequently published by many major magazines. Charles Bragg's artwork depicts everyday people in everyday life in a whimsical, expressive way for which Charles has received notable recognition.

Original Edition Duotone Lithograph on wove paper. Paper Size: 11.5" x 14.5." Signed with the artist's plate-signed signature. Published by Edward Weston Graphics. Excellent Condition; never framed or matted.

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