Art | July 24, 2018

Mexican caricaturist, cartoonist, and illustrator Ernesto García Cabral’s work illustrates the reach and popularity of art deco. While he was a prolific artist, creating several thousand cartoons and caricatures, his commercial work for magazines, in particular his covers for the Magazine of Magazines, brought him fame for an innovative, fluent style that employs the wide-ranging motifs and subject matter of deco.

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