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Robert Samuel Grossman

 (1940 - 2018)
Robert Samuel Grossman was active/lived in New York.  Robert Grossman is known for caricature cartoons and illustrations, magazine covers and newspapers.

Robert Samuel Grossman

"Robert Grossman, Illustrator With a Brash Touch, Dies at 78," Obituary, by Neil Genzlinger, March 19, 2018, The New York Times

Robert Grossman, a prolific and outlandish illustrator who made President Richard M. Nixon into Pinocchio, put President George W. Bush in a dunce cap and tied a jet in a knot for the “Airplane!” movie poster, died on Thursday at his home in Manhattan. He was 78.

His son Alex Emanuel Grossman said he was found dead on Friday morning but is believed to have died of heart failure the night before.

On magazine covers and in newspaper pages, Mr. Grossman chronicled and caricatured a half-century’s worth of politicians, pop-culture figures and social issues. He had a knack for causing a stir   ...  Displaying 750 of 8251 characters.

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About  Robert Samuel Grossman

Born:  1940 - Brooklyn, New York
Died:   2018 - Manhattan, New York
Known for:  caricature cartoons and illustrations, magazine covers and newspapers