Tuesday, 31 January 2012

Pop-up exhibition of Ronald Searle's work at the Science Museum

To honour the recent death of the illustrator Ronald Searle, the Science Museum are holding a short pop-up exhibition of his watercolours and works on paper.

"Searle was one of Britain's best loved illustrators. He was one of the world's greatest satirical cartoonists with an output  wide-ranging and international. Although he is probably best known for his St. Trinian's and Molesworth characters, much his work took a much darker  tone.The exhibition consists of a small display of original Searle drawings all owned by the Cartoon Museum Collection."

When - 2nd - 5th February

Where - The Science Museum, Exhibition Road  London, SW7 2DD

Link 1 - Article
Link 2 - The Science Museum

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