(1918 - 2013)
Ozzie Sweet was active/lived in Maine, California, Connecticut. Ozzie Sweet is known for photographic magazine cover illustration, advertisements, children's books.
Biography Ozzie Sweet
Following is The New York Times obituary of the artist:
"Ozzie Sweet, Who Helped Define New Era of Photography, Dies at 94"
By BRUCE WEBER
Published: February 23, 2013
At the end of World War II, Ozzie Sweet's picture of a friend posed as a German soldier surrendering appeared on the cover of Newsweek — "the magazine of news significance," as it billed itself then. Not a stratagem that would pass muster in contemporary journalism, but Mr. Sweet, who had apprenticed to the Mount Rushmore sculptor Gutzon Borglum, appeared in a Cecil B. DeMille film and helped create promotional ads for the United States Army, found the art in photography to be in creating an image, not capturing one.
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