Japanese prison camp guards drawn by Ronald Searle.  Ronald Searle Cultural Estate ltd http://www.ronaldsearleculturalestate.com/

Illustrator Ronald Searle dies at 91

Japanese prison camp guards drawn by Ronald Searle. I used to work for someone…

Ronald Searle -  In Quest of Beer by Frank O'Connor, Holiday magazine 1957.

Ronald Searle - In Quest of Beer by Frank O'Connor, Holiday magazine

From 'Which Way Did He Go?', where Ronald Searle offers a collection of 'travel drawings', from England to France, New York, San Francisco, New Orleans, Las Vegas and Germany. Satiric, pitiless are his embodiments of native types, of visitors' response to strange environments, of local situations.

From 'Which Way Did He Go?', where Ronald Searle offers a collection of 'travel drawings', from England to France, New York, San Francisco, New Orleans, Las Vegas and Germany. Satiric, pitiless are his embodiments of native types, of visitors' response to strange environments, of local situations.

Japanese Field Officer and a Soldier, 1944. A full length sketch of a Japanese officer holding a map and wearing a samurai sword, accompanied by a Japanese soldier in full kit. Both are wearing tin hats camouflaged with greenery. Catalogue number: Art.IWM ART 15747 131 Production date: 1944 © Ronald Searle 1944, by kind permission of the artist and The Sayle Literary Agency

IWM ART 15747 image: A full length sketch of a Japanese officer holding a map and wearing a samurai sword accompanied by a Japanese, soldier in full kit

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