Ronald Searle: ‘Obsessed with drawing’ and ‘Cradled in Caricature: Visual humour in satirical prints and drawings’ are two complimentary exhibitions run at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge until the new year, and are well worth a visit. They both show the how humour and drawing can be used to communicate messages – with or without additional words. I partially enjoyed seeing the notebooks and collection of photos created by Ronald Searle. I feel like I should be spending what spare time I have drawing rather than looking at a computer, and I’ll be going back to see both again… With my daughter to show her Ronald Searle’s artwork and with a notebook to “Cradled in Caricature’.
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