R.I.P.: Edward Gorey

“Edward Gorey, whose macabre pen-and-ink drawings set somewhere between the Edwardian era and the 1920s made him one of the most distinctive American illus

“Edward Gorey, whose macabre pen-and-ink drawings set somewhere between the Edwardian era and the 1920s made him one of the most distinctive American illustrators, died Saturday near his Cape Cod home, a hospital spokeswoman said on Sunday. Gorey was 75 and illustrated scores of books. He was known for black-and-white scenes of thin, wan figures inhabiting rambling old mansions and overstuffed living rooms with a theatrical feel.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
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