Cigar-puffing, Bronx-born Milt Gross is mainly famous as the cartoonist who created the comic-strip sagas Dave's Delicatessen, That's My Pop! and Count Screwloose of Tooloose. But in his restless career among the fine and lively arts, Cartoonist Gross has also taken several whacks at writing (Nize Baby, Famous Fimmales from Heestory, etc.) and at serious landscape art. Last week Hollywood's Frank Perls Gallery was exhibiting the results of Cartoonist Gross's latest venture into fine art: 30 drawings of homely, tumbledown western farm and mining-town scenes. Artist Gross's work was conventional. It had some of the dashing draughtsmanship, little of the nutty...
Art: Milt Gross, Landscapist
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