Ronald Searle was a British artist and satirical cartoonist, born on March 3, 1920, in Cambridge, England. He gained recognition for his distinctive and humorous style, which often featured exaggerated and grotesque characters. Searle was active during the mid-20th century, with his career spanning several decades. He is particularly associated with the 1950s and 1960s, during which he produced some of his most influential works.

Searle’s illustrations and cartoons often explored social and political themes, offering sharp critiques of society. His work was characterized by its dark humor and biting satire, which made him a prominent figure in the world of cartooning. Searle’s distinctive style, characterized by its detailed and intricate linework, became highly influential and inspired numerous artists and illustrators.

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