Ronald William Fordham Searle, CBE, RDI was an English artist and satirical cartoonist, comics artist and illustrator. He is perhaps best remembered as the creator of St Trinian's School and for his collaboration with Geoffrey Willans on the Molesworth series.
|Born:||Ronald William Fordham Searle, March 3, 1920, Cambridge, England|
|Died:||December 30, 2011, Draguignan, Var, Provence, France|
|Known for:||Illustration,graphic artist, cartoons|
|IMDb:||Ronald Searle's IMDb|
About Ronald Searle
British cartoonist arguably most recognized for his Molesworth series. He was a two-time winner of the National Cartoonist's Society Advertising and Illustration Award (1959; 1965).
He attended the Cambridge College of Arts and Technology.
He received the German Order of Merit in 2009.
His father worked at Cambridge Railway Station as a porter.
Simpsons creator Matt Groening has considered him a huge influence on his aesthetic and style.
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