Legendary Cartoonist Paul Conrad Dies
Posted on Sep 4, 2010
Legendary political cartoonist Paul Conrad died Saturday morning at the age of 86. An artist who won the Pulitzer Prize three times, Conrad was the cartoonist for the Los Angeles Times for 30 years and a proud member of Richard Nixon’s “enemies list.”
In Conrad’s honor, Truthdig will be publishing a selection of his cartoons and commentary on his works in the coming weeks.
For more Conrad cartoons, visit his website.
Los Angeles Times:
His unyielding liberal stance, delivered as savage black-and-white harpoons, bedeviled Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan and others in power while shedding an uncompromising light on social injustices. He drew for The Times for nearly 30 years.