"Vladimir Radunsky, 64, Dies; Protean Children’s Book Illustrator," Obituary, The New York Times,
by Daniel E. Slotnik, Oct. 5, 2018
Vladimir Radunsky, an illustrator who used an abundance of artistic styles to create captivating children’s books about subjects including Albert Einstein, a rapping dog and a towering stalk of asparagus, died on Sept. 11 at a hospital near his home in Rome. He was 64.
His death was confirmed by his wife, Eugenia Radunsky, who did not specify the cause but said he had had multiple myeloma for years.
Mr. Radunsky illustrated more than 30 children’s books, some of which he also wrote, during a career that began in the 1980s. He was adep
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