Robert Weaver (July 5, 1924- September 4, 1994) was an American illustrator who was considered a pioneer of a contemporary approach to the field that began in the 1950s. Beginning in 1952, he embarked on a mission to combine the visual ideas found in fine art with the responsibility of journalist. (Wikipedia) "Life is not a single snapshot, it is a series of events that are chain linked and proceed frame by frame."
Expressive and loose lines combine with complete understanding and ability, to produce a fluid and thoughtful series of drawings that are as fresh, exciting and contemporary now as they no doubt were 55 years ago.
Images sourced from The New York Times
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