Ronald Searle exhibition opens in Cambridge
An exhibition of work by Ronald Searle, the creator of the St Trinians series, will be held at Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum.
It will consist of pieces gifted to the institution by Searle’s family last year, alongside documents and materials that illuminate his method.
Searle developed his distinctive style in a Japanese prisoner of war camp in Burma. He went on to draw for various publications, including Punch and Life magazine.
The first book in the much-loved St Trinian’s series was published in 1948. In the 1950s the franchise became a series of films.
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