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 Robert C. (Bob) Sherry  (1920 - 1987)

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Lived/Active: New York      Known for: pulp magazine illustration, aviation artist

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
The following information is from Jeff Boyer.

Bob Sherry was born in 1920 in the NYC area. He flew for the Navy's Material Air Transport Service (MATS) in WWII. Following the war he worked for King Features in New York City  for many years 
"ghosting" for many artists on comic strips including Red Ryder and  Ozark Ike.

Bob became art director at Link Aviation in Binghamton, NY, in 1962 and worked in that capacity until 1982.
Bob passed away in 1987.

This information was provided to me by Robert Sloan, a friend and colleague of Mr. Sherry at Link Aviation.
I worked with both Mr. Sherry and Mr. Sloan at Link as a young illustrator/designer out of school starting in 1979.

I wanted to provide this information as Mr. Sherry was, in my opinion, a talented aviation artist who has received very little recognition for his talents.

Jeff Boyer

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