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by Mike Cuthbert, February 12, 2008|Comments: 0
Illustrator Tracy Sugarman calls his art “reportorial” – he has specialized in capturing moments in history from D-Day to the moon landing. His latest book, Drawing Conclusions: An Artist Discovers His America is a memoir, with particular attention to his involvement in the civil rights movement.
His portraits of historical figures like Martin Luther King, and illustrations of such events as the trial of the assassins of Malcolm X, bring an era to vivid life.
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