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‘Gerald Scarfe: Stage and Screen’ at the House of Illustration is a small exhibition exposing the public to story boards, sketches and costumes designed by the illustrator. 482 more words
The Apprentice 2017:
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This task was at the 300 acres Stoke Park Hotel Buckinghamshire a impressive five star hotel with 1000 year history including a huge golf course and last of all an iconic film location for James Bond’s Gold Finger, where people pay premium prices for premium accommodation and services. 1,072 more words
The House of Illustration’s upcoming exhibition will examine the extensive production designs by Gerald Scarfe.
On display from the 22nd September, the House of Illustration’s latest exhibition will examine the celebrated political cartoonist’s little known contribution to the performing arts, helping to design some of the most high-profile productions of the last 50 years. 219 more words
British political cartoonist Gerald Scarfe has created some of the most iconic political cartoons of the last 50 years.
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Gerald Scarfe has now been political cartoonist for the London Sunday Times for 44 years, and has also worked for The New Yorker magazine for 21 years.