(1913 - 2012)
Leonard Rosoman was active/lived in England, France. Leonard Rosoman is known for illustration, public mural and easel painting, printmaking, teaching.
Biography Leonard Rosoman
Following is an obituary of Leonard Rosoman by Michael McNay from the website of The Guardian, London, 29 February, 2012
Leonard Rosoman, who has died aged 98, was a painter, muralist, printmaker, a teacher of distinction and a war artist. But it was as an illustrator that he found his true vocation. His painting works because it contains his virtues as an illustrator.
In 1951 he did his first drawing for the Radio Times, then a great patron of illustration, to accompany the programme notes for a radio adaptation of Golden Boy by the American playwright Clifford Odets. The story was about a young professional boxer, and picking Rosoman as the illustrator was a masterly piece of casting. Although
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