Robert Grossman (March 1, 1940 – March 15, 2018) was an American painter, sculptor, filmmaker, comics artist, illustrator, and author.
In a career spanning fifty years, Grossman’s illustrations appeared over 500 times on the covers of various national publications.
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- They’ve got an invisible program to end an undeclared war backed by a silent majority.
A sharp anti-Vietnam War protest broadside that captured the zeitgeist of the time, matched the moment, and pulled no punches.Cartographer(s): Robert GrossmanPlace/Date: New York City / 1970$1,450 Add to cart